Gabriel Jesus made his first appearance since knee surgery, but it was Leandro Trossard who stole the show as Arsenal defeated Fulham 3–0. Trossard delivered assists for all three goals, with Gabriel Magalhaes, Gabriel Martinelli, and Martin Odegaard finding the back of the net.
Although Jesus replaced Trossard in the 77th minute, the Belgian’s performance as a false nine may keep him in the starting lineup. The win marks Arsenal’s fifth successive top-flight win, keeping them in the hunt for the Premier League title. The match also saw the return of Gabriel Jesus from a long injury layoff.
Gabriel Jesus, who had been out of action since November due to knee surgery, made his long-awaited return in the match between Arsenal and Fulham. However, it was Leandro Trossard who impressed with his performance as a false nine, delivering assists for all three of Arsenal’s goals.
Gabriel Magalhaes, Gabriel Martinelli, and Martin Odegaard were the goal-scorers for Arsenal. The win was Arsenal’s fifth successive top-flight win, keeping them in the hunt for the Premier League title. Jesus, who replaced Trossard in the 77th minute, may have to bide his time to get back into the starting lineup if Trossard continues to deliver scintillating performances like this.
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