Arsenal have finally getting their first victory and found back of the net in the Premier League, after beating Norwich City at Emirates stadium on Saturday afternoon, thanks goal to Aubameyang.
The Gunners endured a difficult start to the season, losses three consecutive league games to Brentford, Chelsea and defending champions Manchester City, while also failed to registered a goal.
But on Saturday, the entirely available Gunners squad, who faced the Canaries delivered sensational performances, in which they recorded 30 shot (six on target) against the visitor, with most they have had in the league match under Mikel Arteta.
For the first 20 minutes, Mikel Arteta’s men had couples of chance, with including Aubameyang one-on-one save by Canaries goalkeeper Tim Krul, but the Gunners struggled to broken the deadlock.
Nicolas Pepe fired a free-kick wide while Takehiro Tomiyasu volley over with the help of a push in the back from Norwich’s Christos Tzolis before the half-time.
After a lot shot on target in second half of the game, with including Pepe strike with was block by Brandon Williams, Arsenal finally broken the deadlock in 66 minutes through skipper Aubameyang.
The Gabon international prodded in after Pepe had two shots rebound off both posts in a frantic goal-line scramble.
Meanwhile, before kick-off time of the game, Bukayo Saka was handed award of club’s best players of the 2020/21 campaign. Saka, 20, scored six goals with additional of seven assists across all competitions last season, despite Mikel Arteta’s men endured a miserable form throughout last term.
After secured first win of the season, Mikel Arteta’s men will aiming of continue momentum run of form when they lock horns with Burnley in the Premier League next week.