With his victor at Newcastle United on Sunday, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang affirmed his place as one of the Premier League's most deadly strikers, just as beating an Arsenal legend to an objective imprint.
The match at St James' Park was Aubameyang's 50th in the Premier League and his unequivocal strike was his 33rd in the challenge.
Just five different players have scored more in their initial 50 Premier League matches.
Alan Shearer and Andrew Cole lead the route in this positioning, having scored multiple times in their initial 50 Premier League appearances.
They are far in front of Mohamed Salah, who scored 35 objectives, and Kevin Phillips, with 34.
Aubameyang's aggregate of 33 goals matches that of Fernando Torres for Liverpool at the equivalent point.Among Arsenal players, Aubameyang is above Thierry Henry's driving aggregate of 30 goals in his initial 50 Premier League matches for the Gunners.
Aubameyang conceded that another Premier League Golden Boot was in his sights this season, regardless of whether the three were progressively significant.