Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has defended objective celebrations that contain him carrying the masks of various superheroes after being criticised by Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos.
Speaking on his Einfach mal Luppen podcast, Germany worldwide Kroos mentioned this week that he was not a fan of the previous Borussia Dortmund striker’s celebrations and didn’t imagine it was the behaviour of a great function mannequin.
Kroos had additionally criticised Antoine Griezmann for performing dance strikes from the online game Fortnite after scoring targets.
Aubameyang, who has previously worn masks of superheroes like Batman, Spiderman and Black Panther after discovering the web, hit again on social media saying he would proceed his celebrations.
“By the way. Does this @ToniKroos have kids? Just to remember I did it for my son few times and I will do it again,” Aubameyang mentioned in a put up on Twitter that was accompanied by an image of him in a cape, as drawn by a toddler.
“I wish you have kids one day and make them happy like these junior school pupils. Talk and don’t forget #maskon #staysafe.”
Aubameyang has scored two targets within the Premier League this season and can look so as to add to his tally when Arsenal travels to Leeds United on Nov. 22 following the worldwide break.