Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Pierre-Emerick Emiliano François Aubameyang (born 18 June 1989) is a Gabonese professional footballer who plays as a striker and is the captain of both Premier League club Arsenal and the Gabon national team.[5] Aubameyang is renowned for his pace, finishing, and off-ball movement.[6]

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Aubameyang with Arsenal in 2018
Personal information
Full name Pierre-Emerick Emiliano François Aubameyang[1]
Date of birth (1989-06-18) 18 June 1989[2]
Place of birth Laval, France
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)[3]
Position(s) Striker
Club information
Current team
Number 14
Youth career
1995–1997 ASL L'Huisserie Football[4]
1997–1998 Nice
1998–1999 ASL L'Huisserie Football
1999–2001 Laval
2001–2005 Rouen
2005–2007 Bastia
2007–2008 A.C. Milan
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2008–2011 A.C. Milan 0 (0)
2008–2009 → Dijon (loan) 34 (8)
2009–2010 → Lille (loan) 14 (2)
2010–2011Monaco (loan) 19 (2)
2011 → Saint-Étienne (loan) 14 (2)
2011–2013 Saint-Étienne 73 (35)
2013–2018 Borussia Dortmund 144 (98)
2018– Arsenal 114 (64)
National team
2009 France U21 1 (0)
2012 Gabon U23 3 (1)
2009– Gabon 66 (27)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18:55, 23 May 2021 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 19:39, 25 March 2021 (UTC)

The son of former Gabonese international Pierre Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick began his senior club career playing for Italian club A.C. Milan, but never appeared for the club as he went on a series of loan spells in France. He moved to Saint-Étienne in 2011. There, he won a Coupe de la Ligue title and joined Borussia Dortmund in 2013. In Germany, Aubameyang finished as the league's top goalscorer in the 2016–17 season and won a DFB-Pokal. He also ranks as the club's sixth highest all-time goalscorer.[7] In 2018, Aubameyang was the subject of a then-club record association football transfer when signed for Arsenal in a transfer worth £56 million (€60 million), making him the most expensive Gabonese player of all time.[8] With Arsenal, he won an FA Cup and finished as the league's joint-top goalscorer in the 2018–19 season.[9]

Aubameyang is Gabon's all-time top goalscorer. He made his senior debut for Gabon in 2009 aged 19, and appeared in three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, as well as the 2012 Summer Olympics. In 2016, Aubameyang was named African Footballer of the Year; the first Gabonese and second-European born player to win the award.[10]

Club career

A.C. Milan

"My role model? Ronaldo. I think he has revolutionised football with his way of playing. He was dynamic, technically strong and fast. He was an enormous player."

—Aubameyang on the influence of his idol, Brazilian striker Ronaldo, on his own career.[11]

Aubameyang joined A.C. Milan's youth academy in January 2007. In August, he was part of the squad that finished fourth in the inaugural Champions Youth Cup held in Malaysia, where he made a name for himself and attracted the attention of scouts internationally. He scored against every opponent Milan played, finishing with seven goals in six matches.[12]

2008–09: Loan to Dijon

For the 2008–09 season, Aubameyang was loaned out to Dijon of Ligue 2 in France to gain first team experience.[13] His performances there led him to appear in World Soccer's Talent Scout section in Summer 2009.[14] He finished with a total of ten goals and two assists in all competitions, including two goals in a Coupe de France tie against Selongey.[15]

2009–10: Loan to Lille

On 24 June 2009, it was announced Ligue 1 club Lille had decided to sign Aubameyang on loan.[16] Relative to his previous season, however, Aubameyang did not perform as well, scoring just two goals in 14 appearances, four as a starter.

2010–11: Loans to Monaco and Saint-Étienne

For the 2010–11 season, Aubameyang was loaned for the season to Monaco. On 21 August 2010, he scored his first goal for Monaco in an away match against Lens, then scored again on 29 August at home to Auxerre, where Monaco won 2–0.[17] In January 2011, after six months with the club, Aubameyang was loaned to Saint-Étienne until the end of the 2010–11 season, finishing the season with four goals and three assists. In July 2011, the loan was extended for the entire 2011–12 season.


Aubameyang at Saint-Étienne in 2011

On 22 December 2011, Aubameyang signed with Saint-Étienne on a permanent deal. He was quickly added to the starting line up and was given the number 7 jersey. In February 2012, he scored his first hat-trick against Lorient. He became an integral part of the squad, scoring half of the team's away goals during the season, and went on to be Ligue 1's 4th top scorer having scored 16 goals behind Montpellier's Giroud with 21, PSG's Nene with 21 too and Lille's Eden Hazard with 20.

On 20 April 2013, Aubameyang was in the starting line-up for Saint-Étienne in the 2013 Coupe de la Ligue Final. Les Verts won the match 1–0 with a goal from Brandão to give Aubameyang his first major trophy as a professional footballer. He finished the season with 18 goals and seven assists in all competitions.

In the 2012–13 season, Aubameyang ended second in the competition's top-goalscorers list, scoring 19 goals and finishing behind only Zlatan Ibrahimović. From his 37 appearances, he also provided eight assists. The season was widely regarded as his breakout year—he appeared in the Ligue 1 team of the season and he won the Ligue 1 African Player of the Year award.[18]

2013–15: DFL-Supercups

Aubameyang with Borussia Dortmund in 2013

On 4 July 2013, Aubameyang joined 2012–13 Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund on a five-year contract.[19] He made his competitive debut for his new club on 27 July 2013 against Bayern Munich in the DFL-Supercup, replacing Jakub Błaszczykowski for the last 18 minutes of Dortmund's 4–2 victory, assisting Dortmund's final goal, scored by Marco Reus. On 10 August, Aubameyang made his Bundesliga debut and scored a hat-trick against FC Augsburg, including a goal from his first shot in the league. In the process, Aubameyang also became the first Gabonese player to appear in the Bundesliga.[20] On 27 November, he scored his first Champions League goal in a 3–1 win against Napoli in the group stage of the 2013–14 competition.[21] He later took a penalty against 1860 Munich that propelled Dortmund into the next round of the 2013–14 DFB-Pokal, finishing the year with 13 league goals and 16 goals in all competitions.

Aubameyang (left) playing for Borussia Dortmund in 2014

On 13 August 2014, Aubameyang assisted Borussia Dortmund's first goal and scored the second goal in a 2–0 victory over Bayern Munich in the DFL-Supercup.[22] After scoring the goal, he celebrated by putting on a Spider-Man mask.[22] In Dortmund's next match, a 4–1 win over Stuttgarter Kickers in the first round of the DFB-Pokal, Aubameyang scored two-second-half goals and provided the assist for Adrián Ramos' goal.[23] On 13 September, Aubameyang scored his first Bundesliga goal of the season, netting Dortmund's final goal of their 3–1 win over SC Freiburg.[24] Three days later, Aubameyang scored Dortmund's second goal in a 2–0 win over future club Arsenal in the first group match of the Champions League.[25]

Aubameyang ended his second season in Dortmund with 25 goals from 46 appearances, including one in the 2015 DFB-Pokal Final, where Dortmund were defeated 3–1 by VfL Wolfsburg at the Olympiastadion.[26]

2015–16: League runner-up

On 31 July 2015, Aubameyang signed a new contract to last until 2020, saying, "Every part of me wants to be here and I have never wanted to leave."[27] On 20 August, he scored a brace as Dortmund came from 0–3 down to win 3–4 at Odds BK in the first leg of their Europa League play-off.[28] By scoring in Dortmund's 1–1 draw with 1899 Hoffenheim on 23 September, Aubameyang became the first player in Bundesliga history to score in each of his team's opening six matches of a season.[29] He later extended this record to eight matches, scoring in the team's next two fixtures against Darmstadt 98 and Bayern Munich, before failing to score for the first time in the Bundesliga season in a 2–0 win at Mainz 05.[30]

On 22 October, Aubameyang scored a hat-trick in a UEFA Europa League match against Gabala of Azerbaijan.[31] Three days later, he scored another hat-trick in a 5–1 defeat of Augsburg at the Westfalenstadion.[32] On 8 November, Aubameyang scored the winning goal for Dortmund in a 3–2 Revierderby victory over rivals FC Schalke 04.[33] At the halfway stage of the Bundesliga season, Aubameyang was the league's top scorer with 18 goals from 17 appearances.[34]

On 30 January 2016, Aubameyang scored his 19th and 20th league goals of the season to give Dortmund a 2–0 home victory over FC Ingolstadt.[35] Aubameyang reached 30 goals in all competitions in a 3–1 victory over VfB Stuttgart in the quarter-final of the 2015–16 DFB-Pokal. In addition to scoring himself, he assisted the side's other two goals scored by Marco Reus and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.[36] On 10 March 2016, Aubameyang scored for Borussia in their 3–0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the UEFA Europa League Round of 16 first-leg. A week later, he scored both goals in the 2–1 second-leg victory at White Hart Lane, taking him to 35 goals for the season.[37] In scoring two goals in a 5–1 win against VfL Wolfsburg on 30 April, Aubameyang reached 25 goals in the Bundesliga season, thus ending as the league's second-top scorer behind Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich.[38]

2016–17: Bundesliga top goalscorer and DFB-Pokal

Aubameyang training with Borussia Dortmund in 2017

Aubameyang began his 2016–17 season in the Bundesliga with a double against Mainz 05 on 27 August in a 2–1 victory, while also scoring twice against VfL Wolfsburg on 20 September. Aubameyang scored three days later against recently promoted SC Freiburg, bringing his season total to 5, into a tie atop the scoring charts with Lewandowski early in the season. Following an injury to Marcel Schmelzer, Aubameyang wore the captain's armband for Dortmund for the first time on 22 October, also scoring a goal in the 3–3 draw at FC Ingolstadt.[39]

Aubameyang also got off to an excellent start in Dortmund's Champions League group stage matches, scoring in each of their first leg matches as Dortmund were joint top of their group with Real Madrid. However, Aubameyang was left out of the squad by Thomas Tuchel for their return leg against Sporting CP on 2 November due to an "internal issue".[40] It turned out that he received a one-game suspension for breaking club rules, by traveling to Milan instead of staying in Dortmund.[41] Expected to return that weekend at Hamburger SV, Aubameyang exploded with a four-goal performance in a 5–2 victory, their first in five tries in the Bundesliga, while also assisting Ousmane Dembélé for Dortmund's final goal.[42]

On 19 November, Aubameyang scored the only goal of a 1–0 win over Bayern Munich at the Westfalenstadion. This was Dortmund's first Klassiker victory in the league since April 2014.[43] On 7 December, Aubameyang scored Borussia's first goal in a 2–2 comeback draw with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to secure qualification to the next stage as group winners.[44] On 16 December, Aubameyang scored his 100th goal for Borussia Dortmund in a 2–2 draw away to 1899 Hoffenheim.[45]

On 4 March 2017, Aubameyang passed 20 Bundesliga goals for the second consecutive season with two goals in a 6–2 defeat of Bayer Leverkusen.[46] Four days later, he scored a hat-trick in a 4–0 win over Benfica to put Dortmund into the quarter-finals of the Champions League.[47] On 20 May, Aubameyang scored twice in Borussia's final day defeat of Werder Bremen to end the season as the Bundesliga's top scorer with 31 goals.[48] In the final of the 2016–17 DFB-Pokal on 27 May 2017 he scored the winning goal, a penalty, as Dortmund beat Eintracht Frankfurt 2–1.[49]


On 31 January 2018, Aubameyang signed for Premier League club, Arsenal, for a then-club-record fee,[50] reported to be £56 million.[8]

2017–18: Debut season

Aubameyang (left) celebrating a goal in Arsène Wenger's last home game as Arsenal manager, 2018

On 3 February, Aubameyang made his debut for Arsenal against Everton in the Premier League in a 5–1 home victory, scoring the team's fourth goal, chipping the ball over a grounded Jordan Pickford.[51] After missing the Europa League matches against Östersunds FK for the Gunners due to being cup-tied, Aubameyang registered his first away goal for the club in the team's 2–1 away defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.[52] Aubameyang registered his first assist for the team, setting up Henrikh Mkhitaryan's goal in a 3–0 win over Watford, Aubameyang also scored the Gunners' second goal (which was assisted by Mkhitaryan), rounding the goalkeeper.[53]

Aubameyang kept up his fine goalscoring form by scoring twice in Arsenal's 3–0 home win against Stoke City. Aubameyang's goals against Stoke (one of which was also his first converted penalty for the club) made him the first player to score five times in his first six games for the club.[54][55] He netted his second brace for Arsenal, in manager Arsène Wenger's final home game for the club, opening and closing the scoring, whilst also assisting Alex Iwobi's goal, in an eventual 5–0 win over Burnley.[56] Aubameyang followed this up by scoring the only goal in Arsenal's 1–0 away win against Huddersfield Town. Aubameyang ended the season with ten goals and four assists in thirteen Premier League games and was the last goalscorer for Arsenal under Arsène Wenger.[57]

2018–19: Premier League Golden Boot

Aubameyang scored his first goal of the new season in a 3–2 away win over Cardiff City on 2 September 2018. After a flick from Alexandre Lacazette, Aubameyang took a touch before curling the ball past the Cardiff goalkeeper. Aubameyang's strike from outside the box ended his personal run of 76 consecutive goals from inside the box in club football and was also his 150th goal in league football.[58] Aubameyang made his European debut for Arsenal, in the 4–2 home win over Vorskla Poltava, scoring two goals, before being substituted for Mesut Özil in the 57th minute. Aubameyang's goals meant that he had been directly involved in 12 goals in 10 appearances for Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.[59] By October 2018, Aubameyang had tallied 16 goals in Premier League play since joining Arsenal in February. According to Opta statistics, that gave him a minutes per goal ratio of 104.6, which set the record for the best minutes per goal ratio in Premier League history (minimum 10 goals).[60]

Aubameyang became the first player to reach 10 goals in the Premier League that season, following a brace in Arsenal's 4–2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby on 2 December. Aubameyang scored the Gunners' opening goal from the penalty spot and later curled a shot past Hugo Lloris in the second-half; he also grabbed an assist for Arsenal's fourth goal, which was Lucas Torreira's first goal for the club. The victory took Arsenal above Tottenham in the Premier League on goal difference.[61]

Aubameyang scored his first Arsenal hat-trick in the club's 4–2 win over Valencia on 9 May 2019. Aubameyang also set up the Gunners' second goal, scored by Alexandre Lacazette. Aubameyang's hat-trick meant that Arsenal reached the Europa League final, making it the club's second European final in thirteen years.[62] It also saw him become the first Arsenal player to score a hat-trick in the semi-finals of a European competition.[63]

Aubameyang finished the season with two goals in a 3–1 away win at Burnley, meaning he ended the season sharing the Premier League Golden Boot title with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané, on 22 goals.[64] He played the full 90 minutes in Arsenal's 4–1 defeat to Chelsea in the Europa League, failing to make a significant impact as the result meant Arsenal missed out on Champions League qualification.[65]

2019–21: FA Cup win and struggles

On 11 August 2019, Aubameyang scored his and Arsenal's first goal of the season in their 1–0 opening match victory over Newcastle United at St James' Park, in which he demonstrated perfect technique to cushion a cross from Ainsley Maitland-Niles, to slot the ball past Martin Dúbravka, with José Mourinho hailing the strike as "a moment of genius".[66][67] Aubameyang scored his first home goal of the campaign in Arsenal's next game, a 2–1 win over Burnley on 17 August. Aubameyang scored what turned out to be the winning goal, following an assist from Dani Ceballos.[68] Aubameyang scored his first European goal of the season on 19 September against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League, as Arsenal won 3–0 away from home on matchday 1.[69]

Aubameyang's five goals in September, including equalizers against Tottenham and Manchester United and the winner against Aston Villa, saw him named the Premier League Player of the Month, beating the likes of Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold, Tottenham's Son Heung-min and Manchester City duo Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez to the award.[70]

On 5 November 2019, after Granit Xhaka was stripped of the Arsenal captaincy following his angry reaction to getting booed by the Arsenal supporters during their Premier League game against Crystal Palace,[71] head coach Unai Emery confirmed that Aubameyang would take over as the new Arsenal captain.[72]

On 1 December, following the dismissal of Emery, Aubameyang scored both goals in Arsenal's eventual 2–2 draw with Norwich City in interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg's first game in charge. Aubameyang's first goal (a penalty) had to be retaken, after VAR discovered there to be encroachment in the penalty area. Aubameyang's first effort was kept out by goalkeeper Tim Krul, however, his second effort (the same side as his previous attempt), was successfully converted.[73]

Aubameyang scored in Arsenal's 1–1 draw with Crystal Palace on 11 January 2020, but was also sent off for a late challenge on Palace midfielder Max Meyer. Aubameyang was originally given a yellow card for the tackle by referee Paul Tierney, however the card was eventually upgraded to a red card, by the VAR, resulting in Aubameyang's first-ever red card for the Gunners and would mean that the striker would miss Arsenal's next three matches against Sheffield United, Chelsea and Arsenal's FA Cup tie against Bournemouth.[74]

On 27 February, in Arsenal's Europa League second leg round of 32 match against Olympiacos and with the aggregate score tied at 1–1, Aubameyang's scissor kick goal in extra time allowed his side to equalize the match and lead the tie on aggregate. However, following a 119th-minute goal by Olympiacos that meant Arsenal would be heading out of the competition, Aubameyang missed an open shot from five yards out in the last seconds of the match that would have seen his side through.[75] Following Arsenal's elimination, Aubameyang apologized for and lamented his miss, stating, "I feel very, very bad. It can happen but I do not know how I missed this chance. I was tired, I had some cramps but it is not an excuse."[76]

Following the resumption of the league in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Aubameyang did not score or assist in the first three Premier League games after the restart for Arsenal, but eventually netted a brace on 1 July against Norwich City in a 4–0 rout. Aubameyang's first goal was his 50th in the league for Arsenal, making him the quickest player to reach 50 goals for the club in the Premier League era, having achieved the feat in just 79 league appearances, four games quicker than all-time club goalscorer Thierry Henry, and also became the sixth fastest to 50 in the Premier League, behind Andy Cole, Alan Shearer, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Fernando Torres and Mohamed Salah.[77] Aubameyang also assisted the Gunners' second goal, which was scored by Granit Xhaka.[78] He ended the season with 22 league goals, one behind Jamie Vardy, the winner of the Golden Boot, and tied with Danny Ings for second place.[79]

On 18 July, in their FA Cup semi-final against defending champions Manchester City, Aubameyang scored both goals in a 2–0 win for Arsenal, sending them to the final.[80] On 1 August, he converted a penalty and scored the winner in the final, as Arsenal defeated Chelsea 2–1 and Aubameyang lifted his first trophy with the club, becoming the first African to win the FA Cup as a captain.[81][82]

On 29 August 2020, Aubameyang scored a goal in normal time and the fifth and winning penalty in a shoot-out win against Liverpool in the Community Shield, after the game ended 1–1.[83] On 12 September, he scored in the first league game of the new season the final goal of a 3–0 win away to Fulham.[84] On 15 September, Aubameyang signed a new three-year contract with Arsenal.[85] On 1 November, he scored a penalty in a 1–0 away win against Manchester United, to grant Arsenal their first Premier League win at Old Trafford since 2006.[86]

Aubameyang scored two goals for Arsenal in their 3–0 victory over Newcastle United on 18 January 2021.[87] However, he did not play in the club's next three matches, in order to tend to his ill mother.[88] On 14 February, Aubameyang scored his first Premier League hat-trick in a 4–2 win over Leeds United. This took him to 200 career goals across Europe's top five leagues.[89] On 25 February, he scored two goals against Benfica in a 3–2 win to secure a place in the Europa League round of 16.[90] On 14 March, Aubameyang was left out of the starting line up in the North London Derby against Tottenham, the manager citing disciplinary reasons.

International career

Aubameyang playing for Gabon against South Korea at the 2012 Summer Olympics

Aubameyang was invited to play for Italy U19s after a good season with Dijon, but he debuted for the France under-21 team in February 2009 in a friendly match against Tunisia U21.[91]

Aubameyang was also eligible to play for Spain because he has Spanish nationality. He decided to represent Gabon because his father once captained the team, but he maintains close relationship with Spain and dreams to play in La Liga.[92][93]

On 25 March 2009, Aubameyang was selected for the Gabon national team[94] and made his debut for the squad. He scored his first goal in a 2–1 victory over Morocco, then scored a goal each in friendly matches against Benin, Togo, Algeria and Senegal.[95]

Aubameyang was a key member of the Gabon national side that reached the quarter-finals of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations as co-hosts of the competition. He netted three goals in total, finishing the tournament as one of the top scorers. On 5 February 2012, he set up the opening goal for his team and hit the post in the quarter-final against Mali. However, the match ended 1–1 after extra time and Aubameyang had his penalty saved in the shootout to decide the game.[96]

In July 2012, Aubameyang represented Gabon at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. He scored in the team's opening game against Switzerland, which was Gabon's first-ever Olympic goal, and would also prove to be Gabon's only goal of the tournament. They were eliminated in the group stage.[97]

On 15 June 2013, Aubameyang scored a hat-trick of penalty kicks in Gabon's 4–1 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying win over Niger. He then scored a brace against Burkina Faso in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Qualification.

Aubameyang captained Gabon at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, scoring the team's opening goal of the tournament in their 2–0 win over Burkina Faso on 17 January 2015.[98] He also scored a brace against Mali on 25 March 2015. He is Gabon's highest goalscorer. He rejected a callup for a pivotal World Cup qualifier at home to the Ivory Coast, which they lost 3–0.[99]

On 25 March 2021, Aubameyang captained Gabon to a 3–0 win at home to DR Congo, scoring the third goal to ensure qualification to the African Cup of Nations to be staged in Cameroon.[100] In that time, he contracted malaria, in which he got fever and had to be hospitalized.[101]

Personal life

Aubameyang was born in Laval, France.[102] He is the son of former Gabonese international footballer Pierre-François Aubameyang and younger half-brother of Catilina and Willy, who have both played for Milan's youth teams.[103] His mother is Spanish.[104] He is married to Alysha Behague, the couple has two sons, Curtys and Pierre.[105][106]

He is multilingual and speaks French, English, Spanish, Italian, and German.[107]

Career statistics


As of match played 23 May 2021[108]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
A.C. Milan 2007–08 Serie A 0000000000
Dijon (loan) 2008–09 Ligue 2 34842103910
Lille (loan) 2009–10 Ligue 1 14200109[lower-alpha 1]0242
Monaco (loan) 2010–11 Ligue 1 1921030232
Saint-Étienne 2010–11 Ligue 1 142142
2011–12 Ligue 1 361600223818
2012–13 Ligue 1 371942404521
Total 873742629741
Borussia Dortmund 2013–14 Bundesliga 3213629[lower-alpha 2]11[lower-alpha 3]04816
2014–15 Bundesliga 3316458[lower-alpha 2]31[lower-alpha 3]14625
2015–16 Bundesliga 31254314[lower-alpha 1]114939
2016–17 Bundesliga 3231429[lower-alpha 2]71[lower-alpha 3]04640
2017–18 Bundesliga 1613136[lower-alpha 2]41[lower-alpha 3]12421
Total 144981915462642213141
Arsenal 2017–18 Premier League 1310101410
2018–19 Premier League 3622112012[lower-alpha 1]85131
2019–20 Premier League 362224006[lower-alpha 1]34429
2020–21 Premier League 291011008[lower-alpha 1]31[lower-alpha 4]13915
Total 11464463026141114885
Career total 4122113225142814053544281
  1. Appearance(s) in UEFA Europa League
  2. Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  3. Appearance in DFL-Supercup
  4. Appearance in FA Community Shield


As of match played 25 March 2021[109][110]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National teamYearAppsGoals
Gabon 200972
As of match played 25 March 2021. Gabon score listed first, score column indicates score after each Aubameyang goal.[109][110]
List of international goals scored by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
128 March 2009Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca, Morocco Morocco1–02–12010 FIFA World Cup qualification
211 August 2009Stade de l'Amitié, Cotonou, Benin Benin1–01–1Friendly
319 May 2010Stade François Coty, Ajaccio, France Togo2–03–0
411 August 2010Stade du 5 Juillet 1962, Algiers, Algeria Algeria2–02–1
517 November 2010Stade Michel Hidalgo, Sannois, France Senegal1–21–2
623 January 2012Stade d'Angondjé, Libreville, Gabon Niger1–02–02012 Africa Cup of Nations
727 January 2012 Morocco1–13–2
831 January 2012Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon Tunisia1–01–0
914 October 2012Stade d'Angondjé, Libreville, Gabon Togo1–21–22013 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
1015 June 2013Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon Niger1–14–12014 FIFA World Cup qualification
1311 October 2014Stade d'Angondjé, Libreville, Gabon Burkina Faso1–02–02015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
1517 January 2015Estadio de Bata, Bata, Equatorial Guinea1–02–02015 Africa Cup of Nations
1625 March 2015Stade Pierre Brisson, Beauvais, France Mali2–24–3Friendly
185 September 2015Stade d'Angondjé, Libreville, Gabon Sudan4–04–0
199 October 2015Stade Olympique de Radès, Tunis, Tunisia Tunisia1–13–3
2025 March 2016Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon Sierra Leone1–02–1
212 September 2016Khartoum Stadium, Khartoum, Sudan Sudan1–12–1
2214 January 2017Stade d'Angondjé, Libreville, Gabon Guinea-Bissau1–01–12017 Africa Cup of Nations
2318 January 2017 Burkina Faso1–11–1
248 September 2018 Burundi1–11–12019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
2510 October 2019Stade Municipal, Saint-Leu-la-Forêt, France Burkina Faso1–01–0Friendly
2612 November 2020Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon Gambia2–02–12021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
2725 March 2021 DR Congo3–03–0


Aubameyang in 2011


  • Coupe de la Ligue: 2012–13[111]

Borussia Dortmund





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