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‘Lazy’ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s poor goal record after signing huge new contract shows Arsenal captain may be ‘another Mesut Ozil’ as Martin Keown calls for Gabriel Martinelli to replace him

‘Lazy’ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s poor goal record after signing huge new contract shows Arsenal captain may be ‘another Mesut Ozil’ as Martin Keown calls for Gabriel Martinelli to replace him

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s struggles in front of goal since signing a whopping £350,000-a-week contract are a big concern for Arsenal. The striker was brought in for a club-record fee of £54million back in January 2018, and he netted 54 Premier League goals in his first two-and-a-half seasons at the Emirates. GETTY Aubameyang was a goalscoring machine at the start of his Arsenal career GETTY But he’s been poor in 2020/21 and not looked the same player His goals helped them win an FA Cup and Community Shield trophy last summer and he bagged himself a Premier League Golden Boot in 2019. This campaign, however, it’s been a different story. The pacy forward has scored only nine league goals this season...
Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang agrees new contract, Gabriel Magalhaes deal close, Alexandre Lacazette to leave?

Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang agrees new contract, Gabriel Magalhaes deal close, Alexandre Lacazette to leave?

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has a big rebuilding job on his hands at the Emirates. The Gunners won the FA Cup in 2019/20 but finished in eighth place in the Premier League, 43 points off champions Liverpool. They are expected to do plenty of business this summer, with players coming in and out of the Emirates. Keep up to date with all the latest Arsenal news and gossip below… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
Real Madrid 1-2 Manchester City: Gabriel Jesus & Kevin de Bruyne give City win in first leg

Real Madrid 1-2 Manchester City: Gabriel Jesus & Kevin de Bruyne give City win in first leg

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Gabriel Jesus and Kevin de Bruyne scored late goals as Manchester City fought back from a goal down to beat Real Madrid and take control of their Champions League last-16 tie.After a cagey first half, the hosts capitalised on a defensive mix-up between Rodri and Nicolas Otamendi to take the lead as the impressive Vinicius Junior raced towards goal before neatly squaring for Isco to slot home.Sergio Ramos shot over as Real Madrid looked to double their advantage but City equalised 12 minutes before time when Jesus nodded in from close range. It was the least City deserved for what had been an impressive away performance by Pep Guardiola's side and things got even better seven minutes from time...
Gabriel Jesus inspires impressive Man City victory at Burnley to close the gap on Liverpool

Gabriel Jesus inspires impressive Man City victory at Burnley to close the gap on Liverpool

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Gabriel Jesus scored a stunning brace to guide Manchester City to a dominant 4-1 defeat of Burnley on Tuesday night.Despite a lack of light in their dressing room before the clash at Turf Moor, Jesus shone brightly in the absence of Sergio Aguero. Getty Images - Getty Jesus was in fine form at Turf Moor The Brazilian broke the deadlock with a sublime curling effort in the first-half before doubling his tally with a fantastic volley after the break. Rodri scored a stunner of his own to make it three and Riyad Mahrez came off the bench to score yet another superb solo goal as Man City returned to their very best. surely not? Jesus and Mahrez above Van Dijk? talkSPORT host n...
Man City striker Gabriel Jesus saves Roberto Firmino’s blushes as Brazil book Copa America semi-final spot

Man City striker Gabriel Jesus saves Roberto Firmino’s blushes as Brazil book Copa America semi-final spot

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DIVINE INTERVENTION Brazil had 26 shots on target but could not find a way past 10-man Paraguay during 90 minutes Gabriel Jesus scored the decisive spot-kick to send Brazil through to the Copa America semi-finals as they overcame 10-man Paraguay 4-3 on penalties. The Manchester City striker spared the blushes of Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino, who blasted his effort from 12 yards wide. Getty Images - Getty Gabriel Jesus scores the decisive penalty latest Man United transfer news live: Pogba pictured in leaked away kit, Wan-Bissaka close Pictured Photo of Wan-Bissaka in a Man United shirt emerges before official...