Watch Arsenal dance-off between Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette as players loosen up ahead of crunch Europa League tie

ARSENAL stars put last week's woes behind them as they danced their way through training on Wednesday.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Matteo Guendouzi and Alexandre Lacazette decided to show off their moves as they got psyched up for tomorrow's Europa League clash.

Arsenal will be looking to overcome a one-goal deficit when they host BATE Borisov at the Emirates tomorrow.

The Gunners were beaten 1-0 when they travelled to Belarus last week, but it does not appear to have knocked their confidence.

Guendouzi, Aubameyang and Lacazette were walking together at London Colney when they decided to throw a few shapes.

Lacazette, who is suspended for tomorrow's match after he was sent off last week, started it off by throwing his arms around in front of him.

Aubameyang then stole the show as he started to throw his elbows up in the air as he strolled to the training pitch.

Guendouzi completed the move in style when he appeared to do his very own remix of the macarena.

The French youngster has played more minutes in the Premier League this season than any other teenager and is he expected to start on Thursday.

Speaking about his progress, he told the Evening Standard: "I'm a bit surprised that everything has been going so well.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looked confident ahead of tomorrow's crunch clashCredit: Getty – Contributor
Alexandre Lacazette will miss the second leg clash after he was sent off last weekCredit: Getty – Contributor
Eddie Nketiah and Mohamed Elneny had a joke together during trainingCredit: Getty – Contributor

"I had a chance during the pre-season tour and I took it, I showed I could be part of the team.

"Let's be honest, apart from players here who follow a bit of the French leagues, no one had ever heard of me."

And he thanks Emery for trusting him and giving the chance to prove himself.

He added: "I owe him a lot because he has trusted me from the beginning.

"To give so much playing time to a 19-year-old at Arsenal is rare."

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