Watch former Arsenal outcast ‘turn into Garnacho’ with stunning overhead kick in the Europa League

FORMER ARSENAL captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang “turned into Alejandro Garnacho” as he scored an incredible overhead kick last night.

The 34-year-old striker now plays for Marseille and lined-up for them in the Europa League against Ajax.

ReutersPierre-Emerick Aubameyang produced a moment of magic for Marseille against Ajax[/caption]

APManchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho scored a stunning overhead kick at Everton[/caption]

AFPEx-Arsenal star Aubameyang repeated the trick with one of his own last night[/caption]

EPAThe bicycle kick was the standout strike from the ex-Arsenal star’s hat-trick[/caption]

AUBAMEYANG SCORES A BICYCLE KICK! #UEL pic.twitter.com/hMFOD47JCS

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And just days after Garnacho stole the headlines with his amazing overhead kick at Everton, this time it was the Gabonese star treating fans to another spectacular effort.

Aubamayeng helped himself to a hat-trick during the clash at the Stade Velodrome, the first of which came from the spot in the ninth minute.

Brian Brobbey equalised moments later until the bonkers encounter really swung into fifth gear.

Chancel Mbemba restored Marseille’s lead but once again Brobbey got Ajax level on the half hour mark.

However, then came the magical moment just minutes into the second half.

A cross from the byline was swung in from the right, and with his back to goal, Aubameyang swung his body up and connected with a bicycle kick from eight yards out to score the best goal of the night.

Chuba Akpom came off the bench to equalise for Ajax as Aubameyang’s effort looked to have been in vain, but once again it would be the ex-Gunners ace who had the final say.

As the clash entered the third minute of stoppage-time, he scored another penalty to secure his hat-trick and fire Marseille top of the group.

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However, it was Aubameyang’s spectacular bicycle kick that had most fans talking on social media afterwards.

“Bro thinks he’s Garnacho,” wrote one response to the goal clip.

Another said: “He’s turning into Garnacho.”

A fellow supporter said: “Aubameyang taking inspiration from Garnacho’s weekend acrobatics!”

Another wrote: “Aubameyang has been watching Garnacho – keeping up with the Prem still.”

While another added: “Aubameyang wanted to remind us of Garnacho’s goal.”

Ex-Gunner Aubameyang moved to Marseille last summer after a miserable campaign at Chelsea.

Last night’s treble took his tally to eight goals in 18 appearances for the club.

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