Popular Nigerian cleric Apostle Suleman has urged the Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to work on the timing of his substitution, saying Gunners will fight until the end.
Arsenal have been dealt a massive blow in their big to qualify for the Champions League after they were forced to a 1-1 draw at the Emirates by Leicester.
The hosts went on to take an early lead in the 21st minute through Aubameyang, who slotted home from eight yards thanks to Saka's beautiful build-up.
The closing stages of the encounter was full of dramatic scenes as substitute Eddie Nketiah was sent off after four minutes in the 75th minute.
Leicester took advantage of Arsenal's numerical deficiency to equalise five minutes to stoppage time through Vardy who turned into the net from close range to make it 1-1.
"Arteta really needs to work on his substitution/timing," Apostle Suleman wrote on Twitter.
"Red card cost us this game, but then, we fight till the end! We are the Arsenal!..COYG!"
Meanwhile, with the Gunners back to winning ways, Hector Bellerin has started planting trees as he earlier pledged to plant 3000 trees anytime Arsenal win a game until the end of the season.
Ahead of season restart, the Spanish international promised to plant 3000 trees for every Arsenal victory in his own way of helping to fight carbon emissions in partnership with global charity One Tree Planted.
Bellerin and team-mates had a poor start to the return of the season as the Gunners lost their first game 3-0 to Manchester City and then a 2-1 loss to Brighton.