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Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is out for glory again, along with the likes of Chelsea forward, Tammy Abraham, Norwich City’s Teemu Pukki and Spurs’ Harry Kane (Photo: Sky Sports)

Top scorer (golden boot) chaser, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to add to his goal tally of seven as Arsenal lost away to Sheffield United in the English Premier League (EPL) on Monday night.

Concise News reports that Sergio Aguero and Tammy Abraham still lead the pack with eight goals apiece.

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Check out Premier League Top Scorers below:

Player Goals Assists Mins per goal Mins played Total shots % on target
Sergio Aguero
Man City
8 2 70 561 22 41
Tammy Abraham
8 0 83 666 26 65
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
7 0 116 810 17 65
Teemu Pukki
6 2 133 797 22 73
Raheem Sterling
Man City
6 1 119 716 17 59
Jamie Vardy
Leicester City
6 1 135 810 14 57
Sadio Mane


5 1 140 698 18 56
Harry Kane
5 1 161 805 20 45
Callum Wilson
5 0 158 788 14 79
Mohamed Salah
4 3 177 707 16 69
Bernardo Silva
Man City
4 2 116 464 11 73
Marcus Rashford
Manchester United
4 2 193 770 17 47
Danny Ings
4 1 134 536 17 47
Sebastien Haller
West Ham
4 1 180 720 14 71
Aston Villa
4 1 193 773 16 75


Arsenal skipper fires back after former PL foe brutally called Gunners a bunch of mentally weak ‘babies’

Meanwhile, Arsenal captain, Granit Xhaka has hit back at Arsenal’s critics, including Patrice Evra, dismissing suggestions the Gunners are mentally weak away from home as “bulls**t”.

Unai Emery’s side missed the chance to go third in the Premier League table on Tuesday when they were beaten 1-0 by Sheffield United.

The performance prompted familiar criticism of Arsenal’s mentality, with former Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra describing the Gunners as “babies” on Monday Night Football.

“I used to call them ‘my babies’ 10 years ago, and they are still, when I look at them and think they are ‘my babies’… that’s the truth – I’m not being disrespectful when I say that,” Evra said.

“They look pretty, but they don’t look like a winning team. They like playing good football, but I was so happy to play against them, because I knew I was going to win.

“Even when Robin van Persie came (to Manchester United), and on the first day I shook his hand, and I said, ‘welcome to a man’s club’. At the beginning, he was upset, but after one month he said, ‘you were completely right, Patrice’.

“I just don’t see any leadership. I don’t see any character or any personality. They look weak mentally.”

Xhaka said after the game: “We have to stop about mental [strength] bulls*** like this. For me, it is the same whether you play home or away – you have to win and show big character and a good game and not to always find the same excuse.”

Addressing Evra’s comments, he added: “A lot of people they speak too much. It is not the first time he has spoken something about us.

“I have a lot of respect for him as he was a great player but you have to be careful what you say. But it is not only him – a lot of people speak a lot of bulls*** about us. It’s always the same.

“For me it is strange as they were in the same situation as us, they were players as well. Sometimes it is good and sometimes it is not always good but every week they speak bulls*** like this every week.

“I tell you the honest truth, I’m not interested in what people say and speak. We have to speak in our group to improve things and work hard and not listen to these people.”