Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has won the Premier League Golden Boot awards and has to share the award with Liverpool duo, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane who scored as much as he is this term. He clinched the award after scores two goals at their last match in Premier League against Burnley. The game ended by Arsenal's victory 3-1 and saw them miss out on a top-four place by a solitary point.
The Gabon international player who scored a hat-trick in Thursday's victory over Valencia now has 30 goals for the campaign in all competitions ahead of the Europa League final against Chelsea in just over a fortnight's time.
Arsenal's manager, Unai Emery, told the media that Pierre Emerick Aubamayang has asked him to be played on their last much as he tried to win the Golden Boot awards. And his plea to the manager has led him to reach his achievement.
Eddie Nktiah Always Works Hard For The Team
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang also said that his teammates know that he was in contention for the Golden Boot and they helped him to achieve that. He claimed that he said nothing to his teammates because he didn't want them to put their focus only on him and his target. And he really thankful for his team.
He also said that he is a team player and if he doesn't score, it probably wouldn't matter. But in fact, he scored and he's really happy about that. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang missed a late chance to complete a second hat-trick in three days an win the Golden Boot outright but preferred to concentrate on the contribution of Eddie Nketiah who scored his first ever Premier League goal with the last kick of Arsenal's Premier League campaign. He said that he is delighted for Eddie Nketiah, and he thinks that it's good for the club when they have young players coming into the first team and scoring. Slot game Malaysia also thinks Eddie Nketiah is a player who always works hard for the team, and Aubameyang feels happy for his teammates.