Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Likes Cristiano Ronaldo Instagram Post Celebrating Win After Manchester United vs Arsenal 

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Likes Cristiano Ronaldo Instagram Post Celebrating Win After Manchester United vs Arsenal 

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for some decided it was prudent to like an Instagram post by Cristiano Ronaldo where the Manchester United player celebrated his side’s win

Ever since Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has managed to milk Arsenal for a lucrative contract, the striker has been a man on a mission. Someone whose only goal in life is to destroy Arsenal and its ambitions in every plausible manner.

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Aubameyang has ben horrendous for two years on the bounce now ever since securing the bag, a player who has failed to justify why his employers are filling his coffers. And with Mikel Arteta having little else to turn out, Aubemayang has managed to retain his place in the club’s playing 11, a player who is least interested in pulling up his socks and overhauling his dreary form.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Seen Liking Instagram Post By Cristiano Ronaldo Celebrating Arsenal’s Defeat

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He dropped another stinker in Arsenal’s 3-2 defeat to Manchester United on Thursday night, a clash which saw the club based out of London slump to another timid defeat. With Arsenal no longer taking on clubs outside of the top 10, Arteta’s process has once again been shambolically exposed, one which continues to sideline Gabriel Martinelli at Aubameyang’s expense.

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Having tottered around the park for 90 minutes, Aubameyang clearly was far from tired when the clash got over. He decided to make the most of the time he had on his hand by hoping onto Instagram shortly after Arsenal’s defeat to like Cristiano Ronaldo’s post celebrating his two goals against Arsenal.

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Aubameyang’s actions have since drawn immense ire with many miffed at his school of thought. Maybe the striker just believes in Ronaldo’s factos too much and wanted to celebrate his GOAT scoring twice shortly after ending up in sixth place in the 2021 Ballon d’Or.

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