Mikel Arteta has praised summer signing Gabriel Jesus after he scored and assisted in the win against Leicester City.
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Arsenal thrashed Leicester City 4-2 at the Emirates with Gabriel Jesus grabbing two goals and two assists. The Brazilian could have even scored more.
It’s the Gunners’ second consecutive victory, and they currently sit second in the league standings. Manchester City, the defending champions, are first.
Mikel Arteta was impressed with his boys and lavished praise on Gabriel Jesus in particular. He told the press:
I wouldn’t like to play against him. I’ve never been a defender, but I can imagine I wouldn’t enjoy it.
He’s so mobile, so intuitive, always sharp and proactive to play in any moment and phase in the game, and it’s a real threat,