Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says he has “additional inspiration” to play against Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday after being rejected by the Premier League side in 2012.
Aubameyang joined Dortmund from St Etienne in 2013, however could have Signed for Tottenham under Andre Villas-Boas a year sooner, just for the North London club to pick against a move.
“I was at Tottenham in those days, had a voyage through the stadium and the preparation ground. We held talks,” Aubameyang told Bild. “In any case, after that no one reached me once more. That is certainly additional inspiration for me on Wednesday.”
Aubameyang has scored 126 GOALS and set up a further 33 of every 194 appearances since joining Dortmund, with three of those objectives coming in the Europa League tie with Tottenham in March 2016.
Aubameyang will this time confront Tottenham in the Champions League and he needs to dispense more harm on the club.
“I need to score once more,” he said.
When asked about Aubameyang, this is what KANE had to say about the prolific striker:
“He’s a fabulous striker,” Kane told a news gathering. “He scores GOALS, makes great keeps running in behind. I’d say we’re distinctive strikers, we’re not excessively comparable, but rather he’s clearly had an awesome last four or five years and ideally I can keep up the GOAL scoring record and I’m certain he will too.”
While Aubameyang is set to begin his 27th Champions League coordinate for Dortmund, mentor Peter Bosz should roll out improvements to his resistance by and by.
CENTER back Marc Bartra and left-back Marcel Schmelzer have both been precluded with wounds, with Omer Toprak set to cover for the Spain worldwide.
New SIGNING Jeremy Toljan could supplant Schmelzer, in spite of the fact that Bosz said he has been “fulfilled” with youth Dan-Axel Zagadou’s exhibitions as an improvised left-back.
“We are here to win the match tomorrow. That is our attitude going into each GAME,” Bosz told his prematch news gathering. “It will be an intriguing amusement. I need us to be overcome, play football, and endeavor to play our sort of GAME here at Wembley as well.”