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Arsenal winning streak continues but this crisis must be avoided




The worries about Arsenal might not be over despite winning 2-1 away against Newcastle United on Saturday.

Granit Xhaka opened the goal sheet against the Magpies and the job was concluded by Mesut Ozil.

The victory restores calm to the Emirates Stadium with three consecutive wins against West Ham, Cardiff and now Newcastle in five league games.

However, the inability of Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to find the back of the net at St James’ Park was not tolerated by Unai Emery.

Aubameyang only has one Premier League goal so far this season and that could be very disturbing.

In the 69th minute, Aubameyang was made to make way for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, a situation that has reportedly angered the Gabon international.

Pundits are of this opinion that Aubameyang’s attitude should not be taken for granted and be well handled so as to avoid some dressing room crisis.

Aubameyang has yet to score goals as he wished this season and that alone could be more frustrating, which could hamper on the players’ spirit.

Meanwhile, Emery expressed satisfaction with the performance of the team, as well as the result.

The Spanish manager confirmed that the win will boost the confidence of the team which is positive.

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