Results from Arsenal vs. Chelsea: Gabriel Jesus scores once more in a commanding 4-0 derby performance.

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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 center 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 start the second half, Chelsea switched back to its usual 3-4-3 formation. At first, things appeared to be going better 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 clubs made a ton of substitutions. After Edouard Mendy of Chelsea made two straight saves, 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. To wrap up the summer tune-up schedule, they will play Sevilla on Saturday, July 30, at Emirates Stadium in London.


Chelsea had just required a late goal to defeat Club America of Mexico and were coming off a disheartening 1-1 draw with MLS expansion team Charlotte FC in midweek. Their next preseason game is against Udinese in Italy.


Gabriel Jesus' mission extends beyond aims.

The Brazilian aspires to lead and make a difference for Arsenal, and that is evident on the pitch. His urge to rush and chase after the first whistle makes it clear that he wants to lead the team. He won't be the kind of center forward to wait around in the penalty area for an opportunity to score. He will initiate action wherever on the field, including entering midfield to start plays.


Gabriel Jesus was not just pursuing the Chelsea ball carriers; he was also flitting around the attacking front and reappearing in unexpected places. The Blues had a difficult time keeping Arsenal in check in large part due to such erratic moves. Gabriel Martinelli, Martin Odegaard, and Bukayo Saka all made similar runs while taking on opponents and shooting straight for goal, feeding off of Jesus's enthusiasm. The Arsenal attack has shone during preseason in large part due to such contagious play.



super at the back is William Saliba

More proof that the right-sided center defender will undoubtedly start for the Gunners when he rejoins them after a stint at Marseille was sent to manager Mikel Arteta. The 21-year-combination old's of being clean in possession and having the ability to close down opposing forwards is proving to be a potent combination. He stuffed Timo Werner at full speed and made it look easy. And thus far, their on-field relationship with Gabriel, his fellow center defender, makes them the ideal companions.



Chelsea must put the pieces back together.

Chelsea from the previous season frequently maintained strong defense despite poor results. That didn't occur against Arsenal, as the Gunners made multiple incisive passes and runs that, regardless of the tactical approach taken, ripped apart the Chelsea backline.


It was obvious that the transfer market losses of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger would necessitate some form of restart in 2022–2023. Kalidou Koulibaly, a recent acquisition, made a late cameo appearance off the bench and immediately displayed his talent, but they'll need him to adapt quickly. They'll also want to make sure they don't lose out on Jules Kounde, a defender for Sevilla who is reportedly currently being courted by Barcelona, according to sources.



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