Aubameyang leaves night club at 3am just hours after fuming at Arsenal team mates for blowing two-goal lead at Watford

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG looked as tired of his evening-out as he did with Arsenal’s defence when he left a London nightclub at 3am.

The drowsy-looking striker was furious when the Gunners blew a 2-0 lead his double had given them in Sunday’s 2-2 draw at bottom side Watford.

Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who was furious aftre they nblew the 2-0 lead he had earned, left the Libertine Night Club in London at 3am
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, angry after they wasted a 2-0 lead at Watford that he had earned, left Libertine in London at 3am
Gabon superstar Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reflects on his night out and the disappointing 2-2 draw at bottom side Watford
Gabon superstar Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reflects on his night out and the disappointing 2-2 draw earlier at wiinless Watford
Arsenal fans fearPierre-Emerick Aubameyang might exit the Emirates after they slumped to a 2-2 draw at Vicarage Road
Arsenal fans on social media feared Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang might exit the Emirates after they faded to a draw at Vicarage Road

Dressed in black to match his sombre mood, Aubameyang was snapped exiting Libertine, a self-styled “glam and sexy” nightspot frequented by many sporting celebs.

The Gabon superstar, 30, did jazz up his appearance with characteristic silver chains and rings.

But earlier he had made no attempt to disguise his disappointment at failing to land a win that would have put Arsenal back above Spurs and Chelsea into third place.

He told Canal Plus: “I feel like we are literally giving goals to the opposition.”

That left Gunners’ fans worrying “f***ing fed-up” Aubameyang might push for a transfer.

One said: “If I was him I would go to my agent and say “get me the f*** outa here.”


And other messages on social media were just as strong.

One supporter tweeted: “Can you imagine how p****d off he must be feeling, constantly watching his hard work at one end being completely undone at the other, by stupid mistakes time and time again.”

Another fan claimed such “pathetic” team performances persuade players to “force a move”.

And if the mood of supporters might have been improved by the honesty of Arsenal skipper Granit Xhaka, it could equally have been shocked by his verdict.

The Swiss midfielder, 26, told Sky Sports: “We were too scared in the second half.

“They pushed us more, we spoke about it in the dressing room at half-time, but you can’t give a performance like this.”

Meanwhile, when Aubameyang left Libertine, the Arsenal defence must hope he was not thinking of them in their next game at the Emirates, against Aston Villa on Sunday, if he knew the Soho club’s own description of itself.

Libertine likes to think it is an “amphitheatre where the misfits and rule breakers come to party”.


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