PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMAYENG will look to extend his lead as the Premier League’s top goalscorer scorer when Arsenal travel to Manchester United tonight, and EVERYONE is backing him to score.
The forward has attained an unbelievable record of scoring with each of his last 10 shots on target as he raced past the likes of Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane to the top of the Premier League goal charts.
After a slow start to the season, he scored four in two substitute appearances in October, sparking an incredible run of form.
And many are hoping he can continue in the same vein when the Gunners take to the Old Trafford pitch tonight in one of the top flight’s biggest rivalries.
Arsenal and United fans have taken to Twitter to reveal their thoughts on the Gabon international, and his recent antics clearly have Red Devils fans terrified.
“Can just imagine the score when Aubameyang and crew murder my side later”
Man Utd fan on Twitter
One fan wrote: “Can just imagine the score when Aubameyang and crew murder my side later.”
While another United fan admitted they were torn over tonight’s match, tweeting: “@ManUtd beat their unbeaten streak, plis (please) dear. But let Aubameyang score a hattrick for my FPL. I’m begging you.”
And Gunners fans appeared to be taking no prisoners as they willed on the ex-Borussia Dortmund hit man to put their rivals to the sword.
One wrote: “Aubameyang doesn’t care whether its a small, medium or large sized team. The guy will score and punish you.”
While another simply put: “@Aubameyang7 Net a hattrick bruv.”
And one fan appeared supremely confident, tweeting: “3-1 arsenal, Pierre Aubameyang to score first, easy money this.”
After a jubilant 4-2 win over rivals Tottenham on Sunday, Arsenal are currently on a mesmerising 19 match unbeaten run in all competitions.
Meanwhile, United have continued their inconsistent form which has plagued their season so far, battling to a disappointing 2-2 draw with Southampton on Saturday.
The hosts also have a number of defensive worries with Phil Jones, Luke Shaw, Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly all a doubt, while Ashley Young is suspended.
Arsenal are unlikely to welcome back playmaker Mesut Ozil with a back problem, while Granit Xhaka is also suspended.
Kick off at Old Trafford tonight is at 8pm.