Written byRajdeep Saha
Since joining the club in 2018, the former Borussia Dortmund star has made his presence felt for the Gunners.
Arsenal want to keep hold of their club captain and reap the benefits.
In this article, we analyze the stats which define Auba's consistency.
Auba has made 81 appearances for Arsenal in the Premier League.
He has scored 52 goals already, besides providing 11 assists.
He was the joint-highest scorer last season (22 goals) and shared the Premier League Golden Boot award.
This season, Auba has 20 goals under his belt.
He is behind Jamie Vardy, who has scored 22 goals for Leicester City.
Recently, the celebrated striker became the fastest to reach 50 Premier League goals for the Gunners.
He achieved the mark in his 79th league appearance.
Notably, only five players have been quicker to the 50-goal mark in the history of the Premier League.
Andy Cole (65 games) boasts of this record.
Auba has scored 64 career goals for the club in all competitions.
He has achieved the tally in 103 matches.
Notably, the Gabon international is 11th in the list of all-time top scorers for the club.
Auba needs two more to surpass former Arsenal mid-fielder Aaron Ramsey (65) goals.
This season saw Auba surpassing the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Out of his 52 Premier League goals, 41 have come with the right foot, eight with the left foot and three have been headers.
He has had 209 shots so far, with 97 of them being on target.
He has also hit the woodwork seven times. Auba has created 16 big chances so far.
Aubameyang was a revelation at former club Borussia Dortmund.
He scored 141 goals in 213 matches for the Bundesliga club, before moving to Arsenal in January 2018.
He hit 10 Premier League goals in the 2017-18 season and then kept up with the momentum.
Auba is a natural scorer and his knack for being present at the right places make him a celebrated figure.
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