Aubameyang’s to serve a three-game suspension

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang to miss Arsenal’s next three games against Sheffield United, Chelsea and Bournemouth in the FA Cup, post his blunder at Selhurst Park

Arsenal’s ace player Pierre Emerick Aubameyang who received the red card at Crystal Palace. He was sent off midway through the second half of Saturday’s Premier League draw by 1-1 at Selhurst Park after he caught Max Meyer high on the ankle joint with a poor challenge by the touchline.arsenal-set-to-miss-aubameyang-red-card-appeal

Referee Paul Tierney revealed a yellow card, yet the Video Assistant Referee took a look as well as, after a two-and-a-half-minute hold-up, the care was updated to a termination.

Gabon forward was troubled as he left the pitch as well as Meyer needed to follow him down the passage after stopping working to recuperate from the deal with. His action landed him up with a Red Card followed by a three-match ban, and the appeal to upheld the same was unsuccessful

aubameyang-red-card-vs-palace-2020Arsenal’s head coach Mikel Arteta confirmed the news ahead of Arsenal’s clash against Sheffield united and opened up about the situation, “It’s a big shame and a big loss for us.

“But unfortunately he mistimed the tackle, he made a decision and we have to accept it.

“He was very sad after the game, he was disappointed. It was an action that was completely accidental in my opinion.

“He’s been superb under me. He’s training well, scoring goals and has probably been the most important player in the team so to lose him is obviously really bad news for us.”

The 30-year-old is Arsenal’s one of the best scorers in all the matches of this season which includes 16 goals, but now will be missing the Premier League matches at home to Sheffield United and Chelsea and the FA Cup fourth-round at Bournemouth.