Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s father has been given God the adoration and glory after his son netted his first Premier League goal in Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Norwich City at Emirates on Saturday evening.
The Gunners skipper endured a miserable form in front of goal last season, but already starting back to his energetic intelligent and handsomely display after netted an hat-rick against The Baggies in Carabao Cup last month.
Due to illness the Gabon international battle with fitness in the Arsenal’s first three league games, which was ended in defeat, but on Saturday the club captain handed his side’s first victory of the season in the Premier League.
After his effort was save by shot-stopper Tim Krul at half-time, Aubameyang finally broken the deadlock in the 66 minute of the game, by prodded in after Pepe’s two shots rebound off both posts in a frantic goal-line scramble.
However, after the matches, Pierre-Francois Aubameyang, who’s papa of Gunners skipper, has been given adoration and glory to Almighty God over his son first league goal of the season.
The 56-year-old who played as a midfielder and spent most of his career at French clubs Stade Lavallois and Le Havre, took his Instagram account to wrote: ‘God is great ☝️thank you Lord for the goal granted to my son today blessed be your name father almighty . ‘
Aubameyang, meanwhile, could hope of continue helping his side’s record another important victory when face Burnley in the Premier League next week.