Entertainment The resurrection of (Gabriel) Jesus
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Finally! You almost want to say, because Gabriel Jesus seems to have finally found his place in England after all the years.
The preparation was something like the teaser on what can now be seen in the competitive games. Then the newcomer from Arsenal scored seven goals in the test games. Now the "Gunners" won the second win in the league on the second day of the game against Leicester City and Jesus entered the goal scorer list twice in the 4-2 home success.
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Jesus Despite four scorer points,
is not disappointed: The Brazilian even put on the other two goals from Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Martinelli. At the start of the season against Crystal Palace, Jesus went away empty-handed despite the 2-0 victory-now the 25-year-old showed what he can be able to be.
Despite his gala performance, Jesus was apparently not satisfied how Arsenal coach Mikel Areta said after the 4: 2 about the "Foxes": "He was disappointed in the cabin because he said that he could have scored four goals . "
But the trainer also demands this attitude from his new protégé. "If you want to get to another level, you need exactly this mentality," emphasized Areta.Jesus at City with ups and downs
Jesus is the face of the new "Gunners". A young, hungry troop that finally plays football that has been missed in London for so long. And Jesus? He has finally been the target player to whom he can be.
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With the "Skyblues", the center forward was always one of many options that Pep Guardiola had available. The problem: there were too many top -class options - too much competition for the Brazilian.
Even if Jesus came up with his season in Manchester, he will play a much more central role in Arsenal - this can already be said after the few weeks. Because instead of running as the wrong nine or on the wing, as was often the case in Manchester, Jesus is used as a clear tip under Arteta.Areta: "That is no fun"
there also the 25-year-old's strengths come to light. "He is so agile, so intuitive, always spicy and proactive to help at every moment and every phase of the team's game. He is a real danger and will raise the level of the team," enthused Areta and admitted: " Wouldn't like to play against him. I was never a defender, but I can't imagine that fun. "
The fact that the Brazilian international has to play at Arsenal is also clear due to the transfer. After all, the Londoners transferred 52.2 million euros to City to secure Jesus' services. This investment has already paid off at least in the short term. The "Citizens" also benefited from the deal and made a profit 20 million euros with Jesus.
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young, wild "Gunners"
In January 2017, the man from Sao Paulo came to the island from Palmeiras for 32 million euros. In the jersey of the "Skyblues" Jesus scored 95 goals in 236 games and scored 46 hits. The Brazilian celebrated four championships together with Manchester - now a new chapter in London begins for him.
Because as beautiful as the successes in Manchester were, you always had the feeling that Jesus never really found his place in the team and was really happy under Guardiola.
The change of scenery was overdue. He knew that, Pep Guardiola knew that and FC Arsenal obviously knew that. Together with players such as Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Eddie Nketiah or Emile Smith Rowe, the 25-year-old could ensure the resurrection of the former top club.
and with this accompanied by the resurrection of Gabriel Jesus, who, after over five years in the Premier League, finally wants to arrive.
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