Aaron Ramsey's goal may have been the highlight of Arsenal's 5-1 away win over Fulham, but all the chatter on Twitter post the match has been about Hector Bellerin's cheeky tweet. When it's Aaron like a No.10 but he can play near the attackers to make assists and score goals.
Mesut Ozil missed the game with a back spasm, and although he scored a crucial goal to seal the points in last weekend's win over Watford, it is hard to see where he fits in this Emery side.
Emery has solved that problem by playing Lacazette as his central striker in recent weeks and using Aubameyang in a wider role.
Emery was pushed out at Paris Saint-Germain after failing to win the Champions League but he knows the recipe for success after lifting the French title and landing the Europa League with Sevilla.
But the Spaniard has now settled in, leading Arsenal within a shouting distance from the top runners Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea who are tied at the top on 20 points from eight matches.
We need to feel together with, the supporters and the players.
"For me it was very important for him to take confidence and take that first goal", said Emery.
"Here, he is doing very well". He played today in the middle then right in the 4-4-2 and his performance was the same. "His career is starting and we want him to give us his best performance and his quality". We are going up in the table little by little giving us a better position for our objective. This marked the first time that two substitutes have scored and assisted in the same game in the Premier League.
On whether Arsenal's participation in the Europa League was a risk for his players, Emery responded: 'No, in each training also he can get injured.
Aubameyang, too, would get in on the act as he collected a pass into the box from Bellerin before spinning and arrowing a left-footed strike past the helpless Bettinelli.
"We're showing so many weaknesses for the level we are at at the moment, defensively". There have been a few concerns over the last few weeks about the defense in particular, and how, although we were winning games, the amount of chances we were giving to the opposition was a worry.