Chelsea stars claims he fulfilled a “big dream” by scoring on San Siro return
Chelsea star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang concedes to fulfilling a fantasy by scoring an objective at the San Siro versus AC Milan
Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has conceded that he satisfied a ‘major dream’ by playing and scoring an objective at the San Siro against AC Milan on Tuesday night.
The 33-year-old was on the scoresheet against AC Milan as his side beat the Italian champions 2-0 on their turf. He was signed by the Blues this summer on deadline day from Barcelona.
And now, the striker took to his Instagram (h/t Metro), to uncover that it was his fantasy to play at the San Siro. He finally satisfied that fantasy and even scored at the notable arena.
“Large dream accomplished!! I used to arrive at this arena to see my siblings playing and never got the opportunity to play at San Siro myself, now it’s done another extraordinary group performance come on Chelsea.”
While the 33-year-old has played for numerous clubs all through Europe in his profession including any semblance of Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal, and Barcelona, it was AC Milan where he broke into the scene.
He joined the Rossoneri in 2007 and was elevated to the senior group the following year. Yet, for the next four years, the Gabon international went out on a progression of loans to different clubs in France.
Aubameyang finally moved to Saint-Etienne on a permanent transfer in January 2012. In the entirety of his years at the Italian club, the 33-year-old never showed up for them.
Yet, when he returned after countless years, he was one of the best players on the field and he found the rear of the net. Fans will trust he continues this structure in the next game too when the west London club travel to face Aston Estate this Sunday.