Pierre-Emeric Aubameyang (33) returns to the Gabon national soccer team after a year.
English Premier League (EPL) Chelsea striker Aubameyang said on social media on the 17th (Korean time), “I had the honor of meeting Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba a few days ago, and I decided to leave myself to my country.” “The president felt like a father talking to his son,” Aubameyang said, adding that “his words of wisdom were listened to.”먹튀검증
Aubameyang was born in France. His father is from Gabon and his mother is French. Aubameyang wore the 2009 Gabonese national team jersey. Until last year, he played 68 A matches as a striker for the Gabon national team and scored 28 goals, the highest ever in Gabon. Aubameyang retired from the Gabonese national team in May last year, but responded to the president’s request to return a year later. Aubameyang emphasized, “Once a panther (leopard) is always a panther.” In Gabon, the national soccer team is called the ‘Panthers of Gabon’.
Gabon is the leader in Group I of the Africa Cup of Nations (championship) qualifiers (2 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss) and will play the 5th match against the Democratic Republic of the Congo next month.