Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s father appeared to be super excited about his son performances in Arsenal closed doors 4-1 win over Championship side Millwall on Saturday afternoon at London Colney.
The Gunners skipper made impressive start to the game, as he delivered spectacular scissors kick that lead Arsenal first goal which was converted by Calum Chambers.
Aubameyang also made another contribution by set up Nicolas Pepe decisive goal before the skipper replaced by Folarin Balogun, who also on target in Arsenal 4-1 win over the Lions.
However, after the matches, Pierre-Francois Aubameyang, who’s papa of Gunners skipper, has been delighted over his son performances especially his spectacular scissors kick that lead to Arsenal first goal.
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: “Spectacular gesture bravo My boy”
Aubameyang, on the other hand, working hard behind closed doors in hope of getting back to his energetic intelligent and handsomely performances in front of goal.
The Gabon international failed to impressed in 2020/21 campaign, which of part of Mikel Arteta’s side failure to qualifying for European football competition.