Arsenal strikers Aubameyang and Lacazette both started for the Gunners against Burnley and the duo had a couple of chances to put the game to bed and secure all three points for the Gunners.
Both Laca and Aubameyang had some more than decent chances to put their names on the scoresheet but unfortunately, neither of them could manage to score a goal.
So speaking after the match, pundit Graeme Souness chose to spit out some harsh criticism towards the attacking pair claiming they should have clearly done enough to help Arsenal pick up a win.
“They started the better, had several good chances, three good chances,” Souness said on Sky Sports as quoted by The Express.
“This is Ozil on the ball, finds Aubameyang, takes a couple of chances, gets it out his feet, whips it in and Lacazette’s got to do better there.
“Try and hit the target, you’ll see it from this angle, it’s a good bit wide. You’ve got to get closer than that from that sort of header.
“This is a delightful ball here, we criticise him for a lot David Luiz but he can certainly pass the ball.
“Aubameyang tries to put his laces on it and his body shape’s all wrong when he’s got the strike. He should have opened his body out, a la Thierry Henry.
“Again [Granit] Xhaka, great ball in, at that moment you’re thinking it’s only a matter of time but Pope the goalkeeper does well there.
“Gets out and makes himself big, does enough.”
Arsenal go into their winter break after this match meaning their next game will be against Newcastle United in the Premier League on the 16th of February.