Monday, 10 December, 2018

Lacazette hails Arsenal strike partnership with ‘brother’ Aubameyang

Kristopher Love | 09 October, 2018, 10:57

"He's very young, it's his first season here at this level but he was playing in Italy which is a very hard competition also", Emery revealed, as quoted by the club's official website.

With Arsenal heading into the global break on the back of a positive run of results there is talk they could now finish back in the top four - if not challenge for the title - having missed out on Champions League football for the last two seasons.

And Lacazette continued: "The team spirit is good, of course when you win it is better".

"Just work as we did and we will see at the end of the season".

Alexandre Lacazette has spoken of his growing understanding with his "brother" Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the forwards propelled Arsenal into the top four of the Premier League. We will enjoy it, we are working well and we want to continue like this.

But the manager has refused to give rise to any rumours and has cleared the air as to why Mesut Ozil didn't play against Fulham on Sunday.

"The fans sung "We've got our Arsenal back" and they were right to do so".

Wright agrees that the talented Ramsey, who has scored 59 goals in 338 appearances since joining Arsenal from Cardiff City for £5m in June 2008, would be a loss but points to the emergence of players such as Alex Iwobi to fill the ranks. "We scored many goals, we were compact, we won the game and the fans are happy as well, so it is flawless".

'And it's a massive one as we're on the verge of losing another player that's a good player for Arsenal'.

Lacazette is relishing working alongside the Gabon worldwide and reveals a close personal relationship off the field is helping them perform on it. 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're not afraid to play anyone".