Arsenal duo Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have looked back at the club’s 4-2 over North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Both strikers produced some excellent commentary and demonstrated as much chemistry off the pitch as they are currently showing on it.
However, it was Lacazzette’s sly dig at Spurs forward Harry Kane that has caught the attention of many during the video.
Lacazette and Aubameyang’s brilliant commentary of Arsenal 4-2 Tottenham
The first notable line was Aubameyang laughing at referee Mike Dean for awarding him a penalty.
Much controversy surrounded Dean’s appointment as referee ahead of the fixture.
Aubameyang can be seen shouting:
“I LOVE YOU MIKE DEAN!”
Another line of note from Aubameyang is him calling into question Bernd Leno’s handling of Eric Dier’s goal.
The German goalkeeper failed to deal with Dier’s near post, with the Gabonese forward saying:
“I can’t believe it. What’s happened with Leno?”
However, Lacazette taking aim at Kane is the line Arsenal supporters are most enjoying.
The Frenchman accuses the Tottenham striker of formerly being an Arsenal fan as a child.
“Harry Kane – good striker.
“He used to be a fan for Arsenal, I think.”
Carabao Cup preview: Arsenal vs Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur will be hoping to exact revenge for the defeat in the derby on Wednesday in the League Cup.
The two North London clubs meet once again this month with a place in the Carabo Cup semi-final on the line.
However, with Christmas period upon us, both Unai Emery and Mauricio Pochettino are expected to juggle with their squads heading into the tie.
The Gunners will be hoping to pick themselves up from their 22-game run without a defeat being brought to an end by Southampton.
Meanwhile, Tottenham will be looking to keep their momentum of positive results going having taken the required number of points against both FC Barcelona and Burnley.
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