Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could record one of the four most astounding ever objective counts from a player's initial 50 Premier League matches when he visits Newcastle United this end of the week. The Arsenal striker has scored multiple times in 49 appearances up until now, and he has officially beaten Thierry Henry's past club record of 30 objectives in his initial 50 Premier League matches for the Gunners. Alan Shearer and Andrew Cole lead the path after each scoring multiple times in their initial 50 Premier League appearances, nine more than Aubameyang's aggregate. Be that as it may, the Gabon universal could outperform Fernando Torres and Kevin Phillips, who falsehood one objective and two objectives in front of him individually. What's more, a cap stunt at St James' Park would take the Arsenal forward level with Liverpool assailant Mohamed Salah's total.Whatever occurs at Newcastle this end of the week, Aubameyang has beaten the begin set aside a few minutes top goalscorer, Henry, and is clear of the following best sums by a Gunners player in their initial 50 PL matches.
Player Goals Alan Shearer 41 Andrew Cole 41 Mohamed Salah 35 Kevin Phillips 34 Fernando Torres 33 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang* 32* Ruud van Nistelrooy 31 Diego Costa 31