The two fallen Premier League giants performed out a primary half missing in any actual high quality till Scott McTominay opened the scoring at Old Trafford with a deflected strike from long-range.
Arsenal grew in confidence after the break and Bukayo Saka capitalised on a wayward go from Axel Tuanzebe to arrange Aubameyang’s equaliser.
The Gabon striker effortlessly dinked the ball over David de Gea and Kevin Friend awarded the purpose after consulting with the video assistant referee.
‘It’s an excellent go from the younger lad, Saka, proper into his path and it’s a incredible end together with his left foot,’ United legend Giggs advised Optus Sport following the draw.
‘A little dink, that’s a goalscorer’s end.
‘He doesn’t panic, he’s calm and it’s in opposition to David de Gea who is without doubt one of the greatest shot-stoppers on this planet. It was a superb end.
‘I’ve seen David in that place. If it goes low then he’s bought his ft closed and he’s bought that response and large attain the place he does put it aside.
‘But it’s not simple to avoid wasting that.’
Giggs believes Arsenal could have missed an enormous alternative to win at Old Trafford for the primary time since 2006.
‘You can see why Arsenal have got that record of not winning away from home against the top six,’ the Wales supervisor added.
‘My feeling is that was an excellent likelihood for Arsenal to place that document to mattress.
‘Once you’ve completed that, you do away with individuals speaking about it so it’s that threat reward.
‘When [Dani] Ceballos came on it was a big difference but also they probably weren’t as strong defensively.
‘But going forward, if you’re a entrance man, and also you’re seeing him simply behind you you will get management of the sport slightly bit higher and extra probabilities created.’