Aubameyang: I feel good and better after being down with Malaria

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said that his family was stressed by his abrupt weight reduction after he became down with Malaria in March, and that he was gradually getting back to full actual wellness. 

Aubameyang was sidelined for four games subsequent to him becoming sick of malaria fever while on an international match with Gabon and stayed  in a clinic a month ago prior to returning in the group's 2-1 loss by Villarreal in the Europa League semi-last first leg. 

"I was feeling simply typical,  clenched down - I imagined that it was the movement," Aubameyang told journalists in front of the return leg later on Thursday. "Gabon isn't so near here. I felt tired, particularly against Liverpool, however I thought it was a direct result of thet ... I had three days straight, fever, throughout the day and night. From that point forward, I spoke with the specialist." 

From that point onward, he got admitted into a medical clinic, where he was treated for three days and lost 4kg. 

"It was a terrible time and my family was somewhat frightened to see me like this," he said. "I'm fortunate I got treatment at the correct moment; in the event that you don't treat it rapidly it can prompt huge issues." 

Aubameyang scored in his initial beginning since recuperating from the ailment in Sunday's 2-0 Premier League prevail upon Newcastle United and said he was anticipating the Villarreal game. 

"To me, I feel over 100% however truly perhaps I'm most certainly not. Ideally my body will react also however unquestionably to me I'm prepared," said Aubameyang, who missed three games this season when his mom was sick. 

"It's been an awful year, ideally one year from now will be extraordinary," he said.

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