Alexandre Lacazette has spoken of his developing knowledge with his “brother” Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the forwards propelled Arsenal into the top 4 of the Premier League.
The Gunners gained 5-1 at Fulham on Sunday to record 9 successive victories in all competitions, going two points off the best of the Premier League table in the approach.
Lacazette and Aubameyang scored two goals with Aaron Ramsey netting the other one for the site visitors.
France intercontinental Lacazette joined Arsenal past 12 months for a then-club record fee but Aubameyang set a new mark of £56 million when he joined from Borussia Dortmund in January.
Aubameyang’s arrival solid question on Lacazette’s potential at the club but the pair have clicked on and off the pitch, mustering 11 goals between them this season.
“It is great,” Lacazette reported of his relationship with Gabon intercontinental Aubameyang.
“He is like my brother. Each and every working day we chat, we really like to do the job with each other and right now in front of the goal and we score, for us, two goals, which is great.”
Aubameyang has scored 16 goals in his very first 23 appearances for Arsenal – a far better commence to lifetime at the club than record goalscorer Thierry Henry.
“It is difficult to examine (Aubameyang’s record) with Thierry because he came young and Auba is at the best of his occupation but I hope Auba scores as several goals to support us win a little something,” Lacazette reported.
Arsenal are in fourth place heading into the intercontinental split, with developing hopes among fans that they can return to the Champions League next season after missing out for two years.
Regardless of the scorching streak, Lacazette insists it is much too early to chat of securing a return to the Premier League’s best 4.
“We have to maintain silent and do the job like we did prior to and the season is going effectively,” he reported. “Just do the job as we did and we will see at the close of the season.
“The team spirit is great, of class when you win it is far better. We will love it, we are functioning effectively and we want to keep on like this.”