Gabriel Martinelli has heaped the praise on his Arsenal teammate. The winger has described the star forward as a beast after a superb start to his career with the Gunners.
His brilliant form has helped the club win five matches in a row. The Gunners will now face a tough next match against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF GABRIEL JESUS AT ARSENAL
Gabriel Jesus who joined from Manchester City has made a brilliant start to his Arsenal career. The forward scored his third goal of the season in four matches. The Gunners were struggling for goals last season. It ultimately cost them the loss of the Champions League. However, it looks like Mikel Arteta impressed the ownership with his management.
Mikel Arteta was backed this transfer window. One of the big signings were Gabriel Jesus. The Brazilian forward has made a brilliant start to his career at the Emirates. Gabriel Martinelli also added,
“He makes our job so much easier. On He is a beast. He is everywhere on the pitch, we are so happy with him and we are lucky to have him here.“
Hence, it is clear the tactics of Mikel Arteta are working.
MIKEL ARTETA IS REFUSING TO GET CARRIED AWAY WITH THE 100% WINNING RECORD
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta on the other hand has said he is not going to be carried away with the great start to the season. He said,
“I’m really happy with the result,’ he said. ‘It’s so tough to win in this league.‘The first half was probably one of the best we have played. We could have scored three, four, or five. We didn’t kill the game and then in this league, the game is alive.”
The Gunners remain top of the Premier League table. They are currently two points ahead of the last season’s Champions Manchester City. Whereas, Aston Villa are languishing on the other end of the table. Villa fans are already demanding to sack Steven Gerrard. However, the owners are not going to take such decisions in a panic.
Arsenal will face Manchester United on Sunday. While struggling Aston Villa will face Manchester City. There are big chances that things will go full south for Steven Gerrard. Whereas, judging by the early form, the Gunners are one of the top contenders to compete for the title this season.
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