Arsenal made it look easy against bottom side Norwich at The Emirates on Wednesday night, running out 4-0 winners and leapfrogging Tottenham into 7th place.
Norwich keeper Tim Krul’s error allowed Aubameyang in to cooly slot home the first goal and notch up his 18th goal of the season.
After his goal, Aubameyang then played in Granit Xhaka for our second after the Swisser sweeping the ball home with a deft first touch.
Aubameyang scored another before the fourth and final goal of the game was scored by debutant Cedric Soares just 3 minutes into his first Arsenal appearance.
The game was our first home match since 7 March and what looked like a lost cause now looks doable if we can get something out of our very tricky next four games, with Wolves, Leicester, Spurs and Liverpool up next.
We have now won 5 out of 6 home games since the heartbreaking defeat at home to Chelsea and with the win, it looks like Norwich are pretty certain to be relegated.
Next up for us is Wolves away where an unlikely victory would take us to within three points of 5th place and make a Europa League berth that little bit closer for Arteta’s first full season in charge.