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Mikel Arteta Give Update On Jesus After Take Him Off During Chelsea 4-0 Win



In light of Gabriel Jesus suffering an injury during his team’s 4-0 hammering of Chelsea in a preseason friendly, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has provided an update.

The Brazilian scored again to maintain his impressive play, setting off a barrage with their goal in the 15th minute, but he left the game early in the second half due to an injury.

Jesus was taken off as a precaution after hurting his quad during the first stanza, according to Arteta. After the game, he told the media the following, according to

A major setback for them came when the 25-year-old hobbled off in place of Eddie Nketiah in the 57th minute.

Despite the fact that the Gunners scored twice more after he left, this raises questions before their last preseason game.

We will get a better idea of his condition and how long he will be out of commission after additional medical testing.

On Saturday, Arsenal plays Sevilla at the Emirates Stadium in their final summertime exhibition match before taking on Crystal Palace on August 5.

Jesus might miss that or, if he had a fit, might only join the game from the sidelines.

On a more positive side, the Brazilian has now scored four goals in as many games. After moving to the north London club for £45 million from Manchester City, he has had a great start.

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In addition to the goal he scored last night, Jesus also scored twice in their 5-3 victory over Nurnberg, including a goal on his debut.

Even though Arsenal had been winning all four of their preseason games prior to this one, they took it a step further by dominating their London rivals.

Mikel Arteta Give Update On Jesus After Take Him Off During Chelsea 4-0 Win

Jesus, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, and Albert Sambi Lokonga all scored goals to help Chelsea score four, giving them their joint-biggest victory of the preseason.

With their new stars, Jesus in particular, showing signs of settling in, the Gunners have gotten stronger and stronger this summer.