Thursday, 17 October 2019

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring their third goal wearing a mask with team mates during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Aubameyang struck twice as his side beat Stade Rennes 3-0 to reach the Europa League quarter-finals. REUTERS/David Klein

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores their first goal during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Arsenal had lost the first leg 3-1 against Rennes in France but it took them just 15 minutes to swing the tie their way. Reuters/Tony O'Brien

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Their Gabon forward Aubameyang tapped home a cross from Aaron Ramsey with just five minutes on the clock and then turned provider 10 minutes later when he crossed for Ainsley Maitland-Niles to double the lead with a header. REUTERS/David Klein

Arsenal's Ainsley Maitland-Niles celebrates scoring their second goal during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Reuters/Tony O'Brien

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores their third goal during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Although Rennes hit the post early in the second period, they were mostly toothless and Aubameyang cemented the victory with another goal from close range after 72 minutes. REUTERS/David Klein

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring their third goal wearing a mask during Europa League round of 16 second leg match between Arsenal and C Stade Rennes at Emirates Stadium, London, Britain on March 14, 2019. Arsenal became only the second team in Europa League history to win a tie after losing the first leg 3-1. Reuters/Tony O'Brien