Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta hopes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s first Premier League goal after 648 minutes of action will change everything for the Gunners.
In Wednesday’s 1-1 draw against Southampton, the 31-year-old levelled the scores for the Emirates Stadium giants after Theo Walcott had given Ralph Hasenhuettl’s men an 18th-minute lead after profiting from Che Adams’ assist.
Nevertheless, Arsenal’s ambition of a comeback win suffered a massive blow after referee Paul Tierney gave Gabriel his marching orders for a second caution.
Having gone on a run of six games without a win in the English elite division, the Spaniard believes the goal scored by the former Borussia Dortmund star could prove essential in the team’s attitude.
“Hopefully it’s going to change everything dramatically and he’s going to score in every game because this is what we need at the moment,” Arteta told the media as captured by Arsenal’s website.
“We need the points and in order to do that, we need to score many more goals and be more efficient when we have the chances. I think it’s going to make him really good.
“I don’t have to see it, I’m sure that it’s going to take a lot of pressure off him and it’s going to release him as well.”
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