Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has appeared to query Unai Emery’s techniques following Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Watford on Monday night.
Aubameyang capitalised on an error from Ben Foster to attain the one purpose of the sport at Vicarage Highway and fireplace the Gunners again into fourth place within the Premier League.
However the Gabon striker has urged that he was sad with Emery’s determination to depart Alexandre Lacazette on the bench for your complete sport.
‘Everybody knows that I like to play with Laca because we have a great partnership,’ Aubameyang advised Sky Sports activities.
‘Sometimes one plays, the other is on the bench. It’s like that. You must battle for the staff.
‘I think you know that I like to play with two strikers but I don’t wish to say it as a result of the coach might be perhaps a bit indignant.’
Emery, in the meantime, has defined that he performed Aubameyang as the only striker so as to achieve extra management in Arsenal’s midfield.
‘First I decided to do the change of Lucas Torreira because after the red card, the atmosphere is against him and also the doctor said to me in the first half that he has a little pain for Thursday and I decided okay, it’s the second [to substitute him],’ mentioned the Arsenal supervisor.
‘We performed with the identical system – 4-2-3-1 – with Xhaka and Aaron coming nearer to Xhaka for the build-up and Mesut behind Auba as a midfielder..
‘We didn’t management like I needed to regulate the match. We’re considering and I was considering to play with three centre backs to be sufficient for our build-up and use one participant extra within the center, like Matteo as a risk to assist with Xhaka, assist with Aaron and Mesut, to offer the safety within the midfield.
‘But I didn’t do that determination on the pitch with all of the management I needed, so after I modified and recovered a 4-2-3-1 with Ainsley.
‘Above all, additionally in our staff, the second half they will take some moments and the likelihood to attain in set-pieces or a protracted ball and a second motion.
‘We worked very well on set-pieces and the long balls with second actions but the most important for us was to score the second goal to control the match.’