Arsenal’s Aubameyang pictured leaving nightclub at 3 am after Watford draw [Photos]

By Mirror: Tuesday, September 17th 2019 at 12:36 GMT +3 | Sports
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang spotted leaving nightclub at 3:00 am [Courtesy]

Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was spotted on a night out in London hours after being left fuming as his side blew a two-goal lead at Watford.

Aubameyang struck a first-half double at Vicarage Road leaving the Gunners on course for victory before a defensive capitulation saw them pegged back in the second half and draw 2-2.

It left the Gabonese striker furious as he told Canal Plus immediately after the game he feels like they are "literally giving goals to the opposition".

But he quickly moved on from their frustration as he was pictured leaving London's Libertine nightclub at 3 am.

Wearing an all-black outfit, including ripped jeans, a leather jacket and cap plus wearing several chains and rings, he liked tired as he left the venue.

Aubameyang pictured leaving London's Libertine nightclub [Courtesy]

Described as a "glam and sexy" nightspot, Libertine is frequented by many sporting celebrities and was Aubameyang's destination of choice after a disappointing afternoon.

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Aubameyang had spoken of his shock at Watford's comeback just hours earlier as he reacted to the game on French TV.

“Obviously we didn’t expect that [the comeback],” the he told Canal Plus.

“We knew that they were going to try and come back with good intentions, of the kind they demonstrated in the second half.

“Sadly, we were not able to deal with them well. I feel like we are literally giving goals to the opposition, it is up to us to progress in that respect.”

Aubameyang is set to have a huge part to play as the club lean on him following an injury to Alexandre Lacazette ruling him out until October.

He said: “We are going to miss him (Alexandre Lacazette). I think it will be hard for six weeks. It is really sad because he can get us goals, especially in this kind of game he can score, keep the ball and help us a lot."

Aubameyang's double at Watford took his tally for the season up to five goals in the Premier League.

The Gunners are in Europa League action in Frankfurt on Thursday evening before hosting Aston Villa on Sunday.

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