On frustrated supporters potentially returning to the Emirates on Thursday, Aubameyang told BBC Sport: "What can I say?" "Because I want our fans to behind the team and be happy. I think the penalty is a key point in the game because if Troy scores we come back to 2-1 and the game changes completely but he missed it and we are very disappointed".
Watford manager Javi Gracia lamented his team's profligacy in front of goal, and said that the game had been too open for his liking.
"Well, I always say when you go through a hard period, the last thing you change is your work, your attitude and your precision in the every day work that you do".
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"That's my celebration since I'm young and yes that's it I'll do it all my life". You know what it is when you see your team playing - of course you want to play.
Victory over Watford took sixth-placed Arsenal to 48 points, but they are still eight points behind fifth-placed Chelsea in the race to secure Champions League football for next season. "The first 18 games with nine clean sheets got me to 199 but then the last 11 games was sometimes frustrating but the most important thing is to win and so it was defeats that was more frustrating". And they're [rules] a bit ....not maybe stupid but something like that.
He has therefore been forced to sit out of both legs against Swedish side Ostersund as well as the trip to face boyhood club AC Milan last week, a game the Gunners won 2-0. It is even more annoying for Aubameyang because the Europa League has come to represent Arsenal's only hope of salvaging what has been a dismal season.