Thomas Partey has dedicated his goal for Arsenal in the 3-2 win against Bournemouth to late ex-Ghana international Christian Atsu.
The Arsenal star started the comeback as Arsenal recovered from two goals to win it late at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.
The 29-year-old is seen showing a shirt underneath his jersey with the inscription rest well Christian Atsu.
Partey gave Arsenal hope five minutes after they went down 2-0, following goals from Philip Biling and Marcos Senesi for Bournemouth.
Ben White pulled parity for Arsenal with 20 minutes remaining before Reiss Nelson stole victory for Arsenal late in extra time.
Black Stars coach Chris Hughton and assistant George Boateng were at the Emirates to watch Partey and compatriot Antoine Semenyo, who started for the Cherries.
Arsenal opened up a five-point lead over title contenders Manchester City, who had earlier beaten Newcastle United 2-0.
Partey is expected to join the Black Stars for the AFCON qualifiers against Angola later this month.
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