Date of publication: Friday, May 10, 2019 7:30 pm
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and the striker Arsenal Alexandre Lacazette were described by head coach Unai Emery as "amazing" after their goals scored the Gunners in a final The Europa League had led rival Chelsea.
After a 3-1 lead from the first leg, Emery favorites were the favorites, and Aubéameyang's hat-trick brought them to the final when they won 4-2 in the night and a 7-3 aggregate success.
Lacazette also received his name in the score to ensure that the pair scored all of Arsenal's last eight goals in the Europa League ̵
In one week of England's Champions League comebacks, Arsenal's goals saw Aubameyang make sure Arsenal did not end up on the other side.
Despite being behind by Kevin Gameiro eleven minutes later, the Gunners gathered together as Aubameyang equalized and Alexandre Lacazette scored a goal. They were leading the night and controlling the tie.
Gameiro, part of Emery's Sevilla team, who won three consecutive European League titles, continued his good score in competition with another – only for Aubameyang, who added the shine with two more efforts.
"I'm proud of her," Emery replied, when asked about the effects of Aubameyang and Lacazette.
"Great players can be good strikers, but if their commitment is today, they are also defensive work to help us, it's amazing.
"Every game is different and I think today we showed everyone our character and also our ability to be defensive and fighting together in some moments, but also to have good moments in attack.
"Against Valencia, no team Four goals have been scored against them this year. Only once, against Atletico Madrid, have they conceded three goals. We did that last week. It is a very good team, a difficult team, and today we have shown that we can do it.
A disappointing draw at Brighton last weekend raised hopes of a top four Premier League goal for Arsenal.
Emery, who has not lost a knockout round since taking charge of Valencia 2012 in this competition, knows that he will have to win the same title in Baku on 29 May to join Arsenal in his first season in the Champions League win the helm.
Following the semi-final, Arsenal published a statement on the "disappointing ticket assignment" on May 29 at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Baku. Both clubs only got 6,000 tickets – and insisted that they would speak with UEFA in an attempt to increase the number.
"UEFA has informed us that both clubs will only receive 6,000 tickets to the match," it says.
"We are in active talks with UEFA for more tickets for our fans but this disappointing t The allocation of tickets is of course extremely difficult for us as we assign tickets to you, our loyal supporters."