Aiming to become just the second team in Europa League history to overturn a 3-1 first-leg deficit, after Fulham against Juventus in 2010, Arsenal took no time at all to level up the tie on aggregate. Not sure what else to say.
The celebration coincides with the release of the Black Panther-less Avengers: Endgame trailer - if you want to know why he's not in it, go see Infinity War - and it also honors Aubameyang's bloodlines.
"I needed a mask which represents me", he told BT Sport.
Arsenal are through to the next round of the Europa League after mounting a mighty comeback against Rennes. It's Black Panther and in Gabon we call the national team the Panther of Gabon, so it represents me, so yeah, that's it'.
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The demonstration was supported by other major advocacy groups, including the Women's March and United We Dream . The comments were made on a radio program called " Bubba the Love Sponge Show" between 2006 and 2011.
And the former Borussia Dortmund striker has explained why he celebrated with the mask.
That's when Aubameyang scored his second goal of the game, ensuring that Arsenal would advance on a lovely passing play that beat Rennais' last defender back and the keeper for an easy tap-in to make it 3-0 Arsenal in the match and 4-3 on aggregate.
"On the offside, it was very clearly an injustice, it was an error", he said.
"Then he made a challenge on (Ramy) Bensebaini which was also borderline, but the decision didn't go our way".