Lacazette hails Arsenal strike partnership with ‘brother’ Aubameyang

Lacazette hails Arsenal strike partnership with ‘brother’ Aubameyang

Arsenal moved into the top four over the weekend after their 5-1 thrashing of Fulham on Sunday afternoon.

"I have to stick with Arsenal as they have to make this kind of stance because of the amount of players we've lost in this fashion", Wright said.

He has contributed to the winning run which has seen Arsenal challenge on all fronts, mere months after the end of Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign at the club.

"The team spirit is better". "The best performer for us is every player".

Andre Schurrle's equalizer before half time was the only goal scored by Fulham in the entertaining fixture.

"To talk about the top four is early I think, we have to keep quiet and work like we did before and the season is going well".

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Aubameyang's arrival cast doubt on Lacazette's future at the club but the pair have clicked on and off the pitch, mustering 11 goals between them this season.

"It is good", Lacazette said of his relationship with Aubameyang.

He scored 10 goals in his first 13 league games for the Gunners to continue his impressive goal scoring record in senior football, and it has continued into this season. And saluting his recent form, Emery told reporters in his post-match press conference that Torreira has the weapons to remain a crucial part of his starting line-up as he looks to return the north London club to the Champions League and eventually consistent title contention.

Slavisa Jokanovic's side are the only Premier League team yet to keep a clean sheet this season - but the Whites boss is not about to park the bus in an attempt to turn things around. "It is very hard but we must prepare, continue improving and show big commitment", said Emery.

"I trust and believe that if we do this, one day we will win the game".

"I must be anxious when we play bad and lose, I trust we play well and have more options to win the game".