Probably not the first time a footballer has used the popular caption and definitely won't be the last, but Gunners fans aren't complaining one bit as their beloved side look set to be challenging for the top-four at the very least.
France global Lacazette joined Arsenal previous year for a then-club record fee but Aubameyang set a new mark of £56 million ($73 million) when he joined from Borussia Dortmund in January.
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted that it is too early to start talking about the club finishing in the top four this season, according to a report on the Daily Mail. "It's a marathon, so we just have to carry on being consistent".
"We have a great team spirit and as you can see on the pitch we're playing well in this moment so we will try to keep our focus and continue winning games!"
"Today in front of the goal we scored two goals each, which is good".
"We're not afraid to play anyone. It is very hard but we must prepare, continue improving and show big commitment", said Emery.
Aubameyang continued his excellent form since coming to England in January with his 15th and 16th Premier League goals for the club against Fulham. Based on conversations with his support staff and a study of the player data available to him, Emery believed that Arsenal would be better served training at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan the day before the game rather than doing so at London Colney as they would have done in previous years. We got one, which is fine.
I hope Auba scores as many goals to help us win something.