The retired Germany worldwide missed the first north London derby of the season with a back spasm.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has responded to his team's impressive 4-2 victory with a celebratory tweet. This fresh back spasm had occurred just days after Ozil was left as an unused substitute for the 2-1 win at Bournemouth.
"If you watch it, we're celebrating, I don't leave the pitch at any point and some of their players that are on the bench come to us".
"Proud of the whole team".
"Our latest reporting figures show incidents of racism are on the rise and the banana throwing at #NLD [the north London derby] should be seen in that context".
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But while players and fans celebrated wildly at the final whistle after restoring local bragging rights and climbing above Spurs in the Premier League table, Emery attempted to turn attention to Wednesday's trip to Old Trafford. "When the coaches and I look at him, we believe his focus is positive and helps us. They are going to play at home, with a lot of fans and we know that all the matches in this championship are different and very hard".
"We need calm and to [see] the difference between his future and his present now".
Moments after their introduction, Aubameyang bagged his brace in the encounter with an assist from Ramsey in the 56th minute followed by Lacazette's effort in the 74th minute before Lucas Torreira sealed the maximum points with his first Arsenal goal three minutes later.
Emery has previously described himself as "a coward" during his playing days and when asked if he would allow that type of personality in the Arsenal dressing room, he said: "I know how you can feel when you are playing under pressure". If we put this pass that wasn't good in that action out of the 90 minutes, by far was the best.
"But we could continue with our work in the game and get the chances, the supporters are going to push us and in the second half we could win".