arsenal vs chelsea
At the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, RSENAL defeated London rivals Chelsea 4-0.
Oleksandr Zinchenko, a summer acquisition for the Gunners, made his debut, whereas Raheem Sterling made his first start and Kalidou Koulibaly came off the bench for the Blues.
Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard scored goals for the North Londoners in the first half, and Bukayo Saka and Albert Sambi Lokonga added the finishing touches in the second.
With a thrilling 4-0 victory over London rival Chelsea in a game played in front of a record crowd at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium, Arsenal’s remarkable preseason campaign continues. For Arsenal, four different players scored goals, while the Blues put up another one of their poor preseason performances, showing that they still have work to do.
Gabriel Jesus, a centre forward, set the tone for the Gunners’ aggressive and direct play from the first whistle when he scored the game’s first goal after Chelsea turned the ball over in their own half. Martin Odegaard’s goal, which gave Arsenal a 2-0 lead at the break, was also the result of a quick-thinking move.
In order to open the second half, Chelsea switched back to its usual 3-4-3 configuration. At first, things appeared to be going well for the Blues, but they were unable to score as their goal-scoring woes from last season persisted.
Instead, Arsenal scored twice more with more forceful, quick-paced assaults after both teams made a tonne of substitutions. After Edouard Mendy of Chelsea made two straight stops, Saka pounced on the rebound, and an unmarked Sambi Lokonga headed in a long cross as Chelsea were outclassed.
Arsenal has now won all five of its games in a row, a flawless record throughout this strong preseason. Wins over Ipswich Town, Nurnberg, Everton, and Orlando City were among the further triumphs. They’ll take on Sevilla.
Gabriel Jesus is about more than just achieving goals.
The Brazilian wants to be Arsenal’s leader and differentiator, and it shows on the pitch. He wants to carry the team, as seen by his drive to sprint and chase from the first whistle. He’s not going to be the sort of centre forward that waits in the opponent’s box for a scoring opportunity. He’ll make things happen all around the field, even getting into midfield to initiate plays.
Gabriel Jesus was not only harrying the Chelsea ball carriers, but he was also darting and popping up in various spots throughout the attacking front. The Blues struggled to restrain him because of his unexpected moves.
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