Borussia Dortmund started off their Bundesliga campaign with a resounding 4-0 victory, thanks to a hat-trick from new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The 24-year-old Gabon international moved to the Signal Iduna Park from St Etienne for just 13 million euros this summer.
Aubameyang showed his eye for goal with three well taken strikes. He also showed his blistering pace and intelligent movement as he seems to have settled in very well with his new teammates, particularly Marco Reus, who ran the show against Augsburg.
Aubameyang showed his versatility in front of goal with a header and two well taken composed finishes. His first came when he met a cross from Marcel Schmeltzer as he fought off his marker to score a diving header.
He also showed great strength and desire to hold off his marker and get a header on target.
His second came in the second-half when he received a pass from Reus then gets past a defender with his pace before slotting the ball in the far left hand corner of the net. It was a very composed finish and showed that his confidence is very high.
His third summed up what he is really about. He showed great awareness to stay onside then showed great pace to latch onto a pass from Lewandowski. He then rounds the goalkeeper before passing the ball into the empty net.
It must be pleasing for Klopp as Aubameyang can help ease the goalscoring burden off Lewandowski.
Borussia Dortmund have started very impressively and will be hoping that their Gabon international will get many more goals, as they look to reclaim the Bundesliga title and try to reach the Champions League final again.
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