Arsenal surrendered a two-goal cushion at the hands of Watford on Sunday with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang dejected by the Gunners "literally giving goals to the opposition".
Unai Emery's men enjoyed a superb opening half after Sead Kolasinac set up Aubameyang for the opener while Ainsley Mainland-Niles's cross was tapped in by the Gabonese striker for his fifth goal in five games this season. Watford came back strong in the second half with goals from Tom Cleverly and Roberto Pereyra earning them a point.
In an interview with Canal Plus, Aubameyang was disappointed with Arsenal letting in cheap goals, "Obviously we didn’t expect that [the comeback]. We knew that they were going to try and come back with good intentions, of the kind they demonstrated in the second half.
'“Sadly, we were not able to deal with them well. I feel like we are literally giving goals to the opposition, it is up to us to progress in that respect."