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‘What a player’: Gabriel Jesus stunned by one Arsenal midfielder

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‘What a player’: Gabriel Jesus stunned by one Arsenal midfielder

Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus praised his Gunners teammate Granit Xhaka on Instagram for his performance against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League.

Jesus was impressed by Xhaka’s performance for Arsenal and appears to be pleased that the Switzerland international midfielder assisted.

In the second half, Xhaka assisted William Saliba’s goal and Arsenal won 3-0 in the Premier League match.

Granit Xhaka, in our opinion, is an important player for Arsenal and a key figure in the dressing room.

Arteta has discovered his freedom. For many summers, Xhaka was linked with a move away from Arsenal, but the club’s manager decided to keep him and extend his contract.

Yes, we know the Swiss midfielder is prone to receiving unnecessary yellow and red cards, but when he’s on form, he’s a leader in the middle of the field.

Xhaka has a lot of experience, and if he can keep his cool in certain situations, he’ll do much better this season than he has in previous seasons.

The fact that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta continues to play the midfielder demonstrates how highly the Spaniard regards him.

Xhaka must be at his best if Arsenal is to finish in the top four of the Premier League and make an impact in the UEFA Europa League this season.

‘What a player’: Gabriel Jesus stunned by one Arsenal midfielder



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