Aubameyang sends message to the Premier League after debut

Aubameyang - a £55 million club-record signing from Borussia Dortmund - marked his Gunners debut by getting on the scoresheet in Saturday's 5-1 demolition of Everton, with Aaron Ramsey helping himself to a hat-trick at Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal's philosophy of attacking football already seems to be suiting him and the Armenian worldwide mustered three assists to his name.

"Overall, two players integrated well into our game and they looked as if they had played for us forever".

The first goal, scored in the sixth minute, featured both new signings, with Aubameyang's first time pass teeing up Mkhitaryan to cross to Aaron Ramsey for an easy finish.

Ramsey was delighted with the performance and revealed that it was a marker for days to come, starting with Tottenham, whom they play at Wembley next weekend. The quality of his finishing was excellent. But he is not completely at his best physically. Ozil's pass was perfectly measured for the Gabon global, whose blistering pace allowed him to accelerate away from two Everton defenders before forcing a low save from the advancing Jordan Pickford. Which is hard for defenders. That quality of striker, on today's market, it's a very good price.

Replays showed that Aubameyang's goal should have been ruled out for offside but he won't care about that.

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Manchester City are leading the points table while Manchester United are second. It's a sign of things to come and we're really excited to have them here. "It shows he has the quality to play for us". Much has been made of his occasional misbehaviour, but I have no doubt he'll settle at Arsenal, and he is no longer pushing for a move.

Ozil could have left for free in the summer as his previous deal expired but, unlike Sanchez who was in the same position, he has stayed put.

"I believe we have to find an internal solution to our defensive problems, and that means everyone putting more effort in. Our attacking wasn't any good and our defending was pathetic".

Everton defender Ashley Williams has admitted that the club are "angry and disappointed" following their 5-1 defeat at Arsenal on Saturday.

"Yes, pure enjoyment, I love that the team plays, and my regret is that it doesn't last for 90 minutes unfortunately".

"We lost under very special circumstances with goals you could only concede every five years". The team had freedom, we had players in the box, players making runs and up front I'm not anxious at all. He looks a lovely player.

  • Lawrence Cooper