Aubameyang and Ramsey Make Premier League History In Fulham Rout

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Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey both went into the history books after a fine display at Craven Cottage to defeat Fulham.

Arsenal were already in the lead thanks to 2 great goals by Alexandre Lacazette, but coach Unai Emery in a bid to seal the game called on the Welshman and the Gabonese

They did not disappoint.

Mere seconds after hitting the pitch, Ramsey, who is set to leave the Emirates this season, produced what is likely to be a goal of the season contender after finishing off a flowing move by the Gunners and score with an audacious backheel.

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Aubameyang then helped himself to a brace of goals after being provided for by both Ramsey and Bellerin.

It represented the first time in Premier League history where two players came off the bench to score and assist in the same game.

Aubameyang was the provider for Ramsey for the third goal while the latter turned provider for the 5th.

The win represents Arsenal’s 6th win in a row in the Premier League and the 9th straight victory for the Gunners.

Following opening defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea, the Arsenal team has started to slowly find its feet and the win against Fulham represents their best game yet.

The gunners can now go into the international break with the momentum and hopefully when they return they can pick up where they left off.

Famutimi Femi is a writer for theheraldng. He is also a lawyer by trade. His hobbies include reading and writing, he also loves Renaissance art.

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