- Aubameyang scored a brace on Saturday, December 22, as Arsenal beat Burnley 3-1
- Super Eagles striker Alex Iwobi netted the other goal for the Gunners at the Emirates stadium
- Arsenal are still occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 37 points
Gabonese striker Emerick Aubameyang on Saturday, December 22, scored two goals for Arsenal in their 3-1 Premier League win over Burnley at the Emirates stadium.
It took the Gunners 14 minutes for them to net their first goal when Sead Kolasinac provided a superb assist for Aubameyang to score.
Burnley almost restored parity five minutes later when Jack Cork was set up by Ben Mee, but he was unable to beat Arsenal goalie Bernd Leno.
The first half however ended with the Gunners leading 1-0 in front of their fans.
Alexandre Lacazzette gave a fine assist for Aubameyang to score the second goal for Arsenal in the 48th minute.
But the visitors thrown the Gunners' fan into panic when Ashley Barnes reduced the scoreline in the 63rd minute after receiving a nice pass from Kevin Long.
Nigeria international Alex Iwobi sealed the win for the Gunners as he scored the third goal in the 90th minute.