Tony Cascarino has criticized Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang for his poor decision making on the pitch.
Former Chelsea and PSG player Tony Cascarino has called out Arsenal forwards Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang and Alexander Lacazette for their decision making.
Cascarino, who is the oldest hat-trick scorer in Ligue 1, believes Aubameyang was totally unjustified for his gesture against Brighton. The Gabonese raised eyebrows after a misunderstanding between him and his teammate.
“There was an incident with Willock on Thursday night where he takes a bit of stick from Aubameyang, which I thought was totally out of order,” Cascarino told talkSPORT.
“Where he has looked for a pass, Aubameyang has gone to make a run. He has given the ball away and Aubaymeyang has berated him. A young kid coming into the game. I thought it was totally out of order.
Tony Casscarino also insisted that he disliked Alexander Lacazette for discrediting Mesut Ozil when the latter tried to talk to him.
“You had that incident and at the end of the game. You have got Ozil trying to talk to Lacazette and Lacazette just gives him the ‘pfft’.
“There’s a lot on the football field, I don’t like.”