Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang is mobbed by thrilled Arsenal fans while trying to leave the Emirates in his £240,000 monochrome-wrapped Lamborghini… after scoring in brilliant north London derby win over Spurs
- Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang starred in Arsenal’s 3-1 derby win over Tottenham
- The Gunners captain scored his side’s second goal in the Emirates Stadium win
- Aubameyang was mobbed by several Arsenal fans while leaving the ground
- The 32-year-old was driving his £240,000 Lamborghini Huracan at the time
- Arsenal fans even leant on the windscreen to catch a glimpse of their captain
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s car was mobbed by a large group of delighted Arsenal fans after the Gunners captain fired his side to a 3-1 derby day victory over Tottenham.
The 32-year-old scored the second of a three-goal first-half blitz from Mikel Arteta’s men which blew away their fiercest rivals to continue the club’s rise up the Premier League table.
When he was trying to leave the stadium in his £240,000 Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Aubameyang was mobbed by around a hundred Gunners fans who took videos of him in his car, with some supporters even jumping on the car’s bonnet and windscreen to greet him.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s £240,000 car was mobbed by Arsenal fans after he guided his side to a 3-1 win over Tottenham
Aubameyang (right) scored the second of Arsenal’s three goals in a memorable victory
Aubameyang’s flashy car lit up in luminous colours as part of a chrome wrapping which catches different shades of light from all angles.
Among the fans mobbing Aubameyang’s car was AFTV fan pundit Troopz (back, second right)
Among the group of people meeting Aubameyang outside the Emirates Stadium was AFTV pundit Troopz and other members from the Gunners fan channel.
The YouTuber influencer has a close friendship with the Arsenal captain and occasionally attends matches in his executive box, a move which reportedly irked some of his Gunners team-mates back in 2019.
But Aubameyang was the talk of the town on Sunday night as he fired the Gunners to a crushing win over Tottenham, with Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka scoring the goals either side of the Gabon forward’s first-half striker.
The 32-year-old released Smith Rowe down the Arsenal left before collecting the young midfielder’s cut-back and firing a shot past Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris in the Spurs goal to make it 2-0 to the Gunners.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was thrilled with not only Aubameayng’s display but also his determination to go through a difficult period that saw him score just 11 top-flight goals since December 2020 before Sunday’s fixture.
Aubameyang slammed home Emile Smith Rowe’s cutback to send the Emirates Stadium wild
‘I’m really happy with the performance today and the performance against Burnley and with what Auba is doing,’ Arteta said in his post-match press conference. ‘He was getting criticised and we were asking him to do more.’
‘He stood by it and put his head down and he is working tremendously hard for the team, and now I can tell you that he is really giving.’
Aubameyang’s flash Lamborghini is part of an incredible collection of cars that is worth over £2million.
Last year, Aubameyang unveiled his new £2million car collection which included the Huracan
Consisting of several expensive Lamborghinis, Porsches Ferraris, Audis and Aston Martins, the Arsenal striker’s fleet of cars is enough to turn anyone green with envy.
After unveiling his new collection back in August 2020, three of his cars in a social media photo were painted gold, while two have a psychedelic silver finishes which catch different colours of light from all angles.
The Arsenal striker earns around £250,000-a-week in base salary after signing a new three-year deal 12 months ago, meaning he will earn enough money to buy another Lamborghini Huracan in just seven days.
As per August 2020
Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder – £240,000
Porsche Panamera Turbo Techart – £140,000
Lamborghini Aventador – £270,000
Ferrari 812 Superfast – £250,000
Range Rover Sport Mansory – £150,000
Audi R8 V10 Plus – £128,000
Aston Martin DB9 Volante 2 – £140,000
Ferrari 488 Spider – £205,000
Porsche Panamera Mansory C One – £113,000
Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet – £22,000
Porsche Cayenne Techart Magnum – £60,000
Ferrari 458 Italia – £200,000
Audi R8 2013 – £128,000
Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 – £141,000