As Arsenal struggled to find the breakthrough early on against Leicester - despite dominating proceedings - their fans were taking to social media predicting what was about to come.
That prediction? A Jamie Vardy 1-0 winner late on after coming on as a substitute to terrorise Arsenal's defence once more.
Vardy loves a goal against Arsenal. He has now scored 11 times against the Gunners. Only compatriot Wayne Rooney has scored more against them, with 12 to his name.
Aubameyang was deployed on the wing at the Emirates, where he struggled to get involved
Sunday's outcome was far too predictable for many Arsenal fans who have watched their side week in, week out recently.
While Mikel Arteta has made the Gunners a lot tighter at the back shipping just seven goals from their first six matches - only Aston Villa have conceded less with five - he is struggling to find the right balance up the other end of the pitch.
And it has been a problem for a while now for a team that used to torment defences under legendary former manager Arsene Wenger thanks to their scintillating football.
Arsenal were far too laboured in attack once again on Sunday as Leicester executed their game-plan to perfection under Brendan Rodgers, who is making a habit of big scalps. And as Arsenal's attack continues to falter, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is being limited to a supporting role and it is massively hindering his performance.
If Arteta was hoping Aubameyang would be able to offer goals and creativity from the left, he has been proved wrong recently.
There was hope his pace and ruthlessness in front of goal would add another dimension to Arsenal's attack on the wing but if anything, the strikeforce's balance is now all over the place.
Aubameyang, in all honesty, has struggled to have any impact on the game when on the flank. After scoring a Beauty to open his account to the new Premier League season, the Gabon star put pen to paper on a new lucrative deal that will see his initial wage rise to £250,000 per week, while further bonuses and loyalty payments could take it beyond £350,000.
But since he committed his future to Arsenal, Aubameyang has failed to find the net in the last five Premier League matches - the first time that has happened in his Gunners' career. After the same stage last term, he had six in six.
Aubameyang's only goal of the new season came against Fulham on the opening day
Aubameyang struggles to influence proceedings when asked to start out in a wider position
And on the assist front, he isn't faring any better. He is under-performing in that department, too. Other than creating the goal for Alexandre Lacazette against West Ham early on in the campaign, he hasn't shown much creativity for team-mates.
And this should rightly alarm Arsenal supporters - if their talisman isn't scoring or creating goals,