Arsenal fans furious as Aubameyang leaves pitch for toilet break with Gunners chasing a goal against Brighton



Posted Friday, December 06, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk

ARSENAL fans were left fuming with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when he left the field – despite his side chasing a goal against Brighton.

The striker vanished for a few minutes as the Gunners attempted to secure a timely equaliser in front of bemused home supporters.

Arsenal fans furious as Aubameyang leaves pitch for toilet break with Gunners chasing a goal against Brighton
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left the field for a toilet break with Arsenal trailing to BrightonCredit: Reuters

Arsenal fans furious as Aubameyang leaves pitch for toilet break with Gunners chasing a goal against Brighton
Arsenal fans were furious Aubameyang left his team to chase a goal with ten menCredit: Reuters

Adam Webster put the visitors ahead after 36 minutes before Alexandre Lacazette bagged an equaliser in Freddie Ljunberg's second game.

However, the Swede made it two games without a win as Neil Maupay pounced in the 80th minute to secure all three points for the visitors.

Gunners caretaker boss Freddie Ljungberg confirmed after the game that Aubameyang needed a toilet break.

The Swede said: "I actually didn't even notice he went off, I just saw him come back on after he'd been off for a couple of minutes.

"When you need to go, you need to go."

Aubameyang's vanishing act also had fans talking.

One wrote: "Aubameyang went to take a dump right?"

Another tweeted: "Did Aubameyang just run to the toilet in the middle of the game which we were losing?"

One noted: "Did Aubameyang go to toilet?"

Another added: "And Aubameyang has just emerged from the tunnel. Toilet break?"

Thursday's result means Arsenal are now without a win in NINE matches.

It's their worst run in 42 YEARS - since March 1977, when they went without a win for ten games.

Unai Emery was axed last month after failing to inspire his players.

But Ljunberg has a long way to go if he wants to turn things around and lift the Gunners from their lowly 10th position in the league.



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