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Boost for Arsenal: Gabriel Jesus Returns for Champions League Action


Gabriel Jesus has been unable to play for Arsenal since the end of January because of an injury and Arsenal is playing in the Champions League again this week, with an away game against Porto. They haven’t played in the Champions League since last year.

Gabriel Jesus Set for Arsenal Return in Champions League Clash Against Porto

Arsenal is getting a big boost because Gabriel Jesus is coming back to play in the Wednesday game against Porto in the Champions League round of 16. He missed the last three games due to a knee injury but had a great game with a goal and an assist at Nottingham Forest before that.

Manager Mikel Arteta hasn’t given much news on Jesus lately. But, according to an update from Football London, he might play in the Wednesday match against Porto after not playing against Burnley over the weekend.

Along with Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Takehiro Tomiyasu are expected to go to Portugal for the important match at the Estadio do Dragao.

Timely Return Boosts Arsenal’s Champions League Hopes

Arsenal has been doing really well lately, scoring 21 goals in their last five games. With Gabriel Jesus coming back from injury, they might score even more, especially as they’re getting back into the Champions League.

The next rounds of the Champions League will be harder, but Arsenal did great in the earlier rounds. They scored lots of goals and were really exciting to watch when attacking.

Gabriel Jesus was definitely Arsenal’s star player in the early rounds of the Champions League. He scored four goals and made two assists in just four games.

His return could make a big difference for Arsenal. Jesus is really good with the ball, and he helps set up attacks that involve his teammates. He’s also great at working together with them.

Mikel Arteta, the coach, might be careful about bringing Jesus back too quickly after his injury. But having him ready for the Champions League matches is perfect timing and a big plus for the team.

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