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Top 5 attacking trios in the Premier League this season

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#4 Alexandre Lacazette - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Arsenal)

The pair of Aubameyang and Lacazette have been setting fire to defences this season
The pair of Aubameyang and Lacazette have been setting fire to defences this season

Goals Scored - 26

Arsenal have been basking in the goalscoring exploits of their sensational new No. 14, who has been reminding everyone of the legend who used to wear the same shirt number.

Aubameyang has been sensational for Arsenal this season, and he has already scored 14 goals from 23 games in the Premier League this season. The Gabon International is currently second behind Mohamed Salah in the race to the Premier League Golden Boot and is expected to push the Egyptian until the end of the season for the top spot.

Alexandre Lacazette has ably supported his teammate in the goal scoring department, raking up 8 goals from 22 appearances in the league. The Frenchman's form in front of goal has been sporadic so far, but he has scored 2 goals in the last 3 Premier League games and is a vital component of Emery's system.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan's life at Arsenal has not turned out as well as he had expected, but the Armenian International had scored 4 goals from 14 appearances before picking up a metatarsal fracture in the middle of December. He is expected to stay out of action for almost 2 months, which is a big blow for the Gunners.

With 26 goals among them, the Arsenal trio is the 4th best-attacking unit in the Premier League this season.

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