After scoring a brace against Leicester on Saturday, new Arsenal forward Gabriel Jesus insists the only reason he left Manchester City was to score goals.
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Jesus scored twice in the first half and assisted on two more as Arsenal swept aside the Foxes 4-2 at the Emirates to make it two wins from two for Mikel Arteta’s side.
The Brazil international joined Arsenal for £47 million from Manchester City, but any talk of bad blood with his former club has been put to rest following a stellar start to his Arsenal career.
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In a post match interview with Premier League Productions he said:
I am so happy because we played so good against a tough opponent. I work all day every day to score goals.
I was not unhappy at Manchester City, I just wanted to play and the club understood.