Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reached a landmark for his team during the Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers Wanderers on Saturday.
The Gabonese international star was on target as the Gunners could only play out a 1-1 draw at home to Wolves at the Emirates Stadium.
It was his 50th goal in the colours of Arsenal in what was his 78th game for the North London giants.
Aubameyang gave Arsenal a first-half lead off an assist from strike partner Alexandre Lacazette but the Gunners were unable to hold on to that advantage.
Wolves created more chances than their hosts and they were full value for the 1-1 draw they earned in North London courtesy the second-half equalizer from Mexican international Raul Jimenez off an assist from Portuguese playmaker Joao Moutinho.
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The draw with Wolves has heaped more pressure on Arsenal manager Unai Emery who took the job last summer after the exit of long-serving manager Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal have not won a game since the victory over South Coast club Bournemouth just before the last international break.
The last Premier League win came at home to the Cherries last month.
The Gunners got the slim 1-0 win courtesy the first-half header from David Luiz.