'In my veins': Arsenal fans loved Lacazette celebration last night
It was a successful Friday night for Arsenal Football Club, as they saw off Aston Villa to move into the top half of the Premier League table.
Goals from Thomas Partey, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Emile Smith Rowe helped the Gunners over the line. And despite a late surge from Villa, the win was never really in any doubt at The Emirates.
Manager Mikel Arteta will have been delighted with what he saw. His team pressed, they won first and second balls, and they also looked a threat from set-pieces too. Indeed, it was from a set-piece that Thomas Partey gave Arsenal a well-deserved lead, as he shouldered in Smith Rowe’s corner.
And while the celebrations in the stadium were wild, it was the on field celebration of Alexandre Lacazette that had Arsenal fans talking on social media.
Lacazette was excellent on the night and looked a threat throughout. He won the penalty for the second goal, and linked play extremely well.
But it was the celebration from Lacazette that had fans talking, as Arsenal supporters simply loved the passion from their man.
Here, then, is what some Gunners had to say about Lacazette’s passionate performance after Partey’s goal.
When ur mum calls u to say we’re havin take out and u get to choice
— RMC 6 (@RMC690) October 22, 2021
This guy😭. Gotta love his attitude
— Taka (@takeshi_afc) October 22, 2021
offer him a new deal just for this imo
— Henry ™ 🇳🇱 (@AfcHenryx) October 22, 2021
Loved the passion 💯
— The Doctor Gunner 👨⚕️⚕️ (@doctor_gunner) October 22, 2021
Lacas so funny man
— 𝓩𝓲𝓴𝓸 🇲🇦 (@AfcZak__) October 22, 2021
💉 in my viens!!!!!
— WF0121 (@AFC49_) October 22, 2021
I so much love Laca his passion is infinite
— …will (@mightywinee) October 22, 2021
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