Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hospitalised with malaria

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Armory forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is being treated in clinic subsequent to contracting intestinal sickness while on worldwide obligation with Gabon. The 31-year-old got an objective in Gabon's 3-0 success over DR Congo in Africa Cup of Nations capability on 25 March. He highlighted in Arsenal's Europa League quarter-last first leg against Slavia Prague on 8 April however missed Sunday's success over Sheffield United. He affirmed of his sickness via web-based media. 

“Hey guys, thanks for all the messages and calls,” he wrote.

“Unfortunately I contracted malaria whilst being on national team duty in Gabon a few weeks ago. I’ve spent a few days in hospital this week but I’m already feeling much better every day, thanks to the great doctors that detected and treated the virus so quickly,” he added.

“I wasn’t really feeling myself the last couple (of) weeks but will be back stronger than ever soon! Will be watching my boys now, huge game for us! Let’s go and get it @arsenal,” he further said.

While the Premier League club had said that Aubameyang was absent because of a sickness, they never shared explicit insights concerning something very similar. The Gabon International later composed a detailed message in an Instagram post.

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