Aubameyang: Black Panther mask was for Gabon

Aubameyang: Black Panther mask was for Gabon

Arsenal's 2-0 home Premier League win over Manchester United on Sunday kept alive their hopes of a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League next season.

Arsenal are in the Europa League quarter-finals after seeing off Rennes.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said wearing a Black Panther mask after scoring a Europa League goal for Arsenal was a tribute to Gabon.

It's hardly surprising that Emery has maintained the shape that was fruitful against Manchester United as Arsenal require goals tonight against Rennes.

That's because Maitland-Niles' goal should not have stood. This comeback was very hard but I think our reaction is very good.

Unai Emery will not care though and he said after the game that he is "proud" of his players.

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"We can be proud of our players today because it was a very hard week - (Manchester) United on Sunday and today against Rennes".

The Gunners went into the second leg trailing 3-1 from a poor night at the office in France last week, but they had soon turned things on its head and eventually ran out comfortable winners, to secure their spot in Friday's draw.

Aubameyang missed two big chances inside a minute to complete his first hat-trick in Arsenal colours, poking wide of the post with just Koubek to beat and then skewing wide of the same post once teed up by Ramsey in front of goal.

"We can be proud of our supporters and players today because it has been a very hard week", he said, per Sky Sports.

"I think today we played very consistently over 90 minutes, being competitive without the ball and very serious defensively".

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