Arsenal's two goal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang produced his spider mask during their Europa League triumph over Rennes.More news: 'One Day at a Time' Cancelled: No Season 4 at Netflix
Aubameyang broke down the left flank then cut the ball inside to Ramsey, who looked to initially put Sead Kolasinac in with a ball in behind, but the Bosnian knew he was offside so didn't play for the ball.
Rennes picked up four bookings as they failed to answer Arsenal's attacking play, and Aubameyang revealed that their opponents were nervous.
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It's hardly surprising that Emery has maintained the shape that was fruitful against Manchester United as Arsenal require goals tonight against Rennes. Booked: Lacazette, Mkhitaryan, Kolasinac.
As Unai Emery's men trailed 2-0 after their first-leg defeat at the Roazhon Park, the London club rose to the occasion when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring in the fifth minute.
And, after coming through this pressure, it was only fitting that Aubameyang had the final word - which, if in actual word form, would presumably have been a resolute "Wakanda forever!"More news: New Chrome extension will hide toxic comments
Aubameyang previously wore a Spiderman mask after scoring a goal for Borussia Dortmund in 2014 and used a Batman mask to celebrate another against Schalke in 2015. While the home side were well on top at that stage, Rennes can feel aggrieved they did not get a fair chance of competing over the two legs.