Alan Shearer has been impressed by Arsenal’s summer season signing (Image: BBC)
Premier League legend Alan Shearer has described Gabriel Jesus as a ‘game-changer’ after Arsenal beat Brentford to return to the highest of the Premier League.
Jesus, who accomplished a £50m transfer from Manchester City over the summer season, scored his fourth purpose of the season in Arsenal’s 3-0 win at Brentford on Sunday.
The Brazilian has earned reward not just for his objectives and assists but in addition his hold-up play and motion, with Mikel Arteta’s aspect successful six of their seven top-flight video games.
Former England striker Shearer instructed BBC Sport: ‘Gabriel Jesus has been good since becoming a member of from Manchester Metropolis in the summertime, and with 4 objectives and three assists to date solely Erling Haaland (with 11) has been concerned in additional Premier League objectives than him this season.
‘We’ve seen Arteta enhance the likes of Xhaka, who confirmed nice want and willpower in opposition to Brentford, however Jesus is Arsenal’s actual game-changer for me.
‘His transfer was seen as his alternative to be the principle man after typically being on the bench at Metropolis and he has actually taken it to date.
‘Jesus is already an enormous a part of what Arsenal are about now – it’s not simply his objectives and creativity that make him so necessary to them, it’s his relentless vitality and willingness to run in behind defences too.
Gabriel Jesus has scored 4 objectives to date this season (Image: Getty)
‘He’s the game-changer for Arsenal. He’s the one who units the tone from the entrance. Defenders hate gamers who’re ready to run in behind, he does that.
‘He’s the one who begins the press. You see his motion and his skill too. He may have had two or three objectives really. He’s made an enormous distinction to that group.’
Arsenal suffered a demoralising 2-0 defeat on this corresponding fixture final season and Arteta was delighted to see his aspect put issues proper on Sunday.
‘I’m actually happy with the best way we performed, the efficiency, how we managed sure areas of the sport which are very obligatory if you wish to dominate a sport in opposition to Brentford,’ he stated.
‘Lots of people described it as a foul day, as an embarrassing day, I checked out it as a character-building day and if you wish to turn out to be a special group, it’s important to be taught from these moments, to undergo these moments after which days like at present occur.
‘Everyone is actually pleased in that dressing room, it feels with the best way we play that we’re having fun with our soccer and it’s one other step.’
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