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10 October 2018, 10:05 | Charlene Valdez
Arsenal news | Hector Bellerin’s cheeky post with Alexandre Lacazette has Twitter in splits
"It is hard to compare (Aubameyang's record) with Thierry because he came younger and Auba is at the top of his career but I hope Auba scores as many goals to help us win something", Lacazette said.
Losses to Manchester City and Chelsea at the beginning of the season were quickly put right, and the team looks far more comfortable under Unai Emery than they did previously.
Aaron Ramsey's goal may have been the highlight of Arsenal's 5-1 away win over Fulham, but all the chatter on Twitter post the match has been about Hector Bellerin's cheeky tweet.
After losing their first two games of the 2018-19 campaign, Emery has masterminded a superb revival built on fluid, attacking football and high pressing, much to the delight of club supporters.
Unai Emery arrived at the Emirates Stadium to find a club in turmoil after the painful end of Wenger's 22-year stay. Earlier this season he reportedly made it clear to German playmaker Mesut Ozil that he needs to work harder if he is to keep his place. "The best performer for us is every player".
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores his second
The pair have clicked on and off the pitch, Aubameyang now having scored 16 goals in his first 23 appearances - a better start to life at Arsenal than Thierry Henry.
Aubameyang quickly emerged as a force following his January move from Borussia Dortmund, but the Gabon striker's arrival pushed Lacazette into a bit-part role.
Riyad Mahrez missed a penalty and Manchester City their chance of pulling ahead in the Premier League as the champions could only draw 0-0 with Liverpool in a tightly contested game at Anfield.
"I trust and believe that if we do this, one day we will win the game".
"Riyad feels deflated, he feels he has let us down", he said.