Arsenal won a record 14th FA Cup title in a 2-1 victory over London rivals, Chelsea in August – a match played behind closed doors in accordance with COVID-19 regulations.
Arsenal’s captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the man of the match as his brace ensured that the Gunners become the most successful side in the 139 years history of the competition.
The major highlight of the match was when Aubameyang wanted to lift the trophy while trying to lift it, the base fell which made his teammates laugh at him.
The goal-poacher has now revealed what actually happened.
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Right, it's time to set the record straight…
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) September 16, 2020
Aubameyang, after months of speculation, has extended his contract by three years and he is set to earn £350,000 pounds weekly according to reports.
The Gabonese striker kicked of his 2020/2021 Golden Boot chase with a goal in their season-opener against Fulham at Craven Cottage.
The 31-year-old lost the prize last season to Jamie Vardy by just one goal. He scored 22 goals while the Englishman had 23.