The new Arsenal guys and Former Manchester City forward, Gabriel Jesus hit first Arsenal hattrick against Sevilla to hand Emirates cup to Mikel Arteta side
Gabriel Vs Sevilla; Watch classic display by Gabriel Jesus to cut out 5 players and hit Arsenal hattrick against Sevilla
Three goals and the man of the match award in his first game at the Emirates, Jesus showed us exactly why he was bought at the start of the window.
Every goal proved to us just how much of a threat he is, as his movement and quick finishing was like watching Ian Wright.
The Arsenal number 9 moved out onto the left often and was key in the build-up play to many chances.
Jesus will undoubtably be the key man for Arsenal this year and a huge threat to defenders every time he puts on Arsenal colours.
The Gunners started the game on fire and found themselves 4-0 up in just 18 minutes.
The goals came in a 9-minute spell, as both Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Jesus scored a brace.
For the rest of the half, Arsenal was comfortable and kept the score at 4-0.
Jesus made it a hattrick on the 77th minute, with a quick touch and finish inside the box, after Gabriel’s header was saved off the line.
Substitute Eddie Nketiah dealt the final blow, as Gabriel Martinelli squared the ball for him to tap home into an empty net.
Arsenal looked dangerous every time they went forward, and on the rare occasion they had to defend, they near enough stopped any dangerous attacks from Sevilla.
The win ends Arsenal preseason, as they get ready to begin the Premier League season in six day’s time.
Arsenal has again show to be well prepared for the premier League start as they defeat Sevilla 6 goals to null in Emirates cup final
Mike Arteta and Arsenal squad wins the 2022 Emirates cup after a brilliant display to win Sevilla by 6 goals to nothing
The weekend looks good for arsenal and Mike Arteta as they take on every opportunity and deliver them to be a goal
Gabriel Jesus hitting a hat-trick on his unofficial Arsenal home debut, pressed well from the front and has already transformed the Gunners’ attack following his £45m transfer from Manchester City.
This weekend sees the Emirates Cup return, with Arsenal taking on Sevilla at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon in their final pre-season fixture.
Arsenal take on Sevilla in their only home fixture of this year’s pre season – it will be the last friendly before the season gets underway next weekend.
Mikel Arteta will be hoping his team can end their promising summer on a high when they take on the Spanish side in north London in front of a sell-out crowd.