The Gabonese striker steered the Gunners into Europa’s next round with a brace to overturn a 3-1 first leg defeat against Rennes at the Emirates. How did he celebrate? In his signature style!
The 29-year-old scored after just five minutes and then again tapped in from six yards to help Arsenal progress. The fans were treated to something special, as Emerick brought back memories from his Dortmund years.
In a tribute to his home of Gabon, the in-form striker put a Black Panther mask and crossed his arms to signal a ‘Wakanda Forever’ sign. A rather trendy choice with the franchise releasing its latest teaser of the final installment of The Avengers movies.
But this has been a continuation of many such masked celebrations by the footballer in his past clubs. Do you remember them? Let’s go down memory lane…
What’s more? The talented man has a little champ back home who copied him. Aubameyang’s son posed in a Black Panther mask too as his wife uploaded this adorable photo.
Are we going to be seeing a lot more of these masked celebrations again? We’re certainly in for a super treat.