Aubameyang catches Mesut Ozil watching his Leicester goal back

Alex Iwobi

Alex Iwobi

Arsenal's latest win, 3-1 over Leicester on Monday, was wrapped up by a superb team goal finished by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

However, it seems supporters weren't the only ones salivating over Ozil's defence-splitting passes, deft flicks and ridiculous first touch.

As well as Ozil, Iwobi believes playing under Unai Emery has helped him improve his confidence levels after some shaky spells during his early Arsenal career.

Arsenal will now seek to make it 11 wins on the bounce in all competitions when they travel to Portugal to take on Sporting CP in the Europa League on Thursday.

They have scored 30 goals in that blistering streak and climb to fourth place in the Premier League, just two points behind leaders Manchester City. "We need to play with organisation but also we are beginning to play with heart", Emery said.

"For Mesut, it was a very good performance, and a very good victory together".

Both Arsenal and Sporting have won their opening two matches in Group E so any victor at the Estadio Jose Alvalade will be in prime position to progress when the pair meet again next month.

"I do not have to tell you how good a player Mesut Ozil is, he has shown that", defender Shkodran Mustafi said.




"It's always a blessing to have players like that but the work comes from the whole team, and it comes from the back, from the goalkeeper to the striker".

Emery isn´t getting carried away just yet, saying: "It´s important to keep calm and progress with every player".

Granit Xhaka's free-kick was then tipped over by Leicester skipper Kasper Schmeichel as Arsenal looked to respond immediately.

Aubameyang - who netted two goals on the night - caught Ozil viewing his own goal and done what any good teammate would do, film it and upload the video to social media.

Leicester came within inches of retaking the lead as Leno charged off his line but got nowhere near James Maddison's corner, which Ndini thundered against the crossbar.

But Emery still singled out Lichtsteiner for praise because of his attitude on the pitch.

The German scored once before the break and was heavily involved in both of Arsenal's second half goals.

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