- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shows up for his sons' birthday party looking like Harry Porter
- The Arsenal forward was the hero for the Gunners as his two goals won them the FA Cup
- Aubameyang became the first African player to captain a Premier League side that won the FA Cup
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was all dressed up like Harry Porter to celebrate his sons' birthday after the dramatic FA Cup win over Arsenal at Wembley.
The Arsenal striker scored a brace in their comeback win over the Blues and 48 hours later, he put on an incredible Harry Potter-themed bash for four-year-old Pierre and nine-year-old Curtys.
The Gabonese international shared a picture of his sons' amazing birthday party as all members of his family were dressed like wizards in the blockbuster movie Harry Porter.
There was a sign on a banner that wrote "Pierre and Curtys, four and nine years old."
The tables had incredible selection of cupcakes and cake pops buy the show-stopper was the "Sorting Hat" birthday cake...
Aubameyang captioned the sweet snap: "Pierre Jr Ready to go to hogwarts school for his 4th Birthday!!!
"Love you my son."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Christian Pulisic was subbed off during Chelsea's 2-1 loss to Arsenal and a video clip showed Arsenal fans celebrating the injury suffered by the American.
The Blues' only goal scorer left the in pain and despair while Gunners fans were caught on camera cheering.
One Arsenal faithful be could be heard saying "yes, that's their number one gone" while another among the crowd said "hamstring injury".
Arsenal Fan TV host Robbie Lyle refused to join in with the celebrations, saying: "I never celebrate an injury."
Legit.ng also reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang led Arsenal to a 2-1 win over Chelsea in the FA Cup final played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, August 1.
But just more than the two goals Aubameyang scored, the Gunners hit-man got his name in history books, setting three incredible records in the process.
The Gabonese cancelled out Christian Pulisic's early opener, to not on win a penalty, but also score it in a tense final.
The 31-year-old later added his second of the evening in the second half, beating Willy Caballero who was in goal for the Blues to make it 2-1.
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