The Gunners on Thursday night secured Europa League final spot after beating Valencia 4-2 during the semi-final 2nd leg clash.
Arsenal booked their spot after winning the Spanish side 7-3 on aggregate thanks to goal from Lacazette and Aubameyang’s hat-trick.
Arsenal came into the game with a 3-1 lead from the first leg, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were both on target for the Gunners last week, while Mouctar Diakhaby headed in for Valencia.
Valencia took the lead 11 minutes into the game after Rodrigo got away from his marker to slide a great cross into the six-yard box, where four-time Europa League winner Gameiro was on hand to net home.
6 minutes later, Aubameyang pulled the Gunners back to make it 1-1. Lacazette sent a lovely cushioned pass through to Aubameyang, and he made no mistake with an unerring first-time finish on the half-volley.
5 minutes into second half, the Gunners were in cruise control as Lacazette made It 2-1 for Arsenal. Valencia’s defence parted in front of Torreira following Gaya’s slack tough. The midfielder quickly picked his head up and found Lacazette who, after controlling it expertly, spun clear of two defenders and slammed home into the bottom-right corner.
2 minutes to stoppage time, Aubameyang grabbed his hat-trick after exchanging a number of passes with Guendouzi before dummying it for Mkhitaryan, whose throughball was perfectly weighted for the former Borussia Dortmund man to slam home high into the net.