Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was left in a state of disappointment after the result against Watford in their Premier League clash on Sunday evening.
Aubameyang and Arsenal were forced to a 2-2 draw at the home of Watford despite the fact that they were two goals up at the start of the second half.
After the game, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expressed his disappointment to reporters as he was livid with the goals conceded by Arsenal.
He was at a loss on the result before adding that maybe Arsenal could have killed the game off with a third goal.
Arsenal had taken a two-nil lead at the halftime interval courtesy the brace from the aforementioned Aubameyang who took his tally to five goals as a result.
Watford fought back in the second half as they capitalized on the dodgy Arsenal defence to score two goals.
Tom Cleverley halved the deficit after pouncing on the mistake from Sokratis Papasthathopoulos who gave the ball away on the edge of the box.
Watford were level with ten minutes left after David Luiz brought down second half substitute Roberto Pereyra and the Argentine international picked himself up to convert the spot kick.
Watford could have won the game but French midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure had a shot saved by Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno in added time when it was easier to score.