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Aubameyang Message On His Mother, Margarita, 60th Birthday That Deserves A Goal


Sept. 28, 2020

As Arsenal face Liverpool at Anfield, all eyes are at the staggered and broken Liverpool defence.
The Gunners have been good on the run after kicking out Leicester on the League Cup and winning all-league starter matches.
The gunners forward have been thrilling with Alexander Lacazette and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang shining on form with each scoring in the first EPL matches.
However, the match has of very importance to the Arsenal captain as it is slotted at the right moment inline with his mothers' birthday.
After receiving gratitude for his well-being with his mother on her birthday, the gunners' captain said he has a goal for celebration.
Arsenal captain and forward, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang took best wishes to his social media handles to celebrate his mum, Margarita Crespo Aubameyang on her 60th birthday.
The captain, who freshly signed a contract extension with the Arsenal Football Club through his Instagram handle praised her mother for what she has committed to his growth.
However, it is known that behind a successful man there is a woman, the full credit goes to his wife. His mother has been forefront in instilling manners and connected him through her businesses in France.
According to Aubameyang, the decisive character, the energy and the passion that he had to present, It what she had already furnished him with all his life. He added, " I love you, Mom."
Inspired by the breakthrough, the image shows Aubameyangs' Mother all smile adjacent to his Fathers' Photograph as well.
Margarita is a French blended with Spanish origin, a businesswoman who runs several boutiques and real estates.
Aubameyang was born in Laval, France on 18th of June 1989.
However, many fans hope that Aubameyang will be thrill passed, Liverpool, the Jurgen Klopps' men once more to keep their encouraging commencement going into week three of the English Premier League.
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