- Pierre-Emerick recently participated in a quiz for ESPN in which he was asked a host of questions
- Gabon international Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang played for Arsenal before he made the move to Barcelona
- Barcelona's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is known to wear superhero masks during his goal celebrations
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has betrayed one fan club while staying loyal to another.
The Gabonese striker was recently in the hot seat when he participated in a rapid-fire quiz, being asked a host of questions.
Towards the end of the quiz, Aubameyang was questioned about whether he preferred Tottenham Hotspur or Real Madrid.
Spurs are the domestic London rivals of Aubameyang’s former side, Arsenal, while Madrid are the domestic rivals of his current side Barcelona.
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Forced to pick between the two sides, Aubameyang opted to stay loyal to Arsenal and choose the Spanish side over the English outfit.
In the wide-ranging quiz, Aubameyang was also asked to pick between music and movies, different stadiums, different coaches, and even various legends. He was also asked to choose between Black Panther and Spiderman.
The Gabonese national is a huge fan of both and has previously included comic book and anime culture in his goal celebrations. Aubameyang has previously worn a Batman mask, a Black Panther mask, and a Spiderman mask while celebrating scoring a goal. He also posed like Goku from DragonBall after scoring for Barcelona recently.
Aubameyang has often been in the news as rumours continue to swirl about his future at the club. Manchester United and Chelsea are both interested in signing him and Barcelona re not against letting him go.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Memphis Depay are among 6 players expected to leave FC Barcelona this summer
Spanish giants FC Barcelona are prepared to offload six players as the summer transfer market enters its crazy last few days.
The Catalan giants were able to register Robert Lewandowski, Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen, and Raphina, except for French defender Koundé who is currently recovering from injury.
Source: Sports Brief News