Arsenal winger Gabriel Martinelli has claimed that Brazil boss Fernando Diniz has done something he’s ‘never’ experienced under Mikel Arteta.
Difference in Coaching
Before Brazil’s crucial match against Argentina tomorrow, the Arsenal player discussed the distinctions between Mikel Arteta and Diniz in an interview with Gazeta Esportiva.
Brazil defeated 2-1 by Colombia on Friday, with Gabriel Martinelli scoring the game’s lone goal.
This season, the 22-year-old hasn’t exactly been able to reach the heights he did the previous one for Arsenal. Martinelli has nevertheless contributed five goals to Arteta’s team in 14 games.
Furthermore, the Gunners star asserted that he has never been able to play football in a way as “creative” as he did for Brazil on Friday.
Martinelli made an intriguing assertion on Arteta and Diniz when speaking with Gazeta Esportiva.
The winger remarked, “They all have different working styles, different coaches, and unique ways of doing things.” “Diniz has his way here, and Mikel (Arteta) has his way at Arsenal. I had never played such imaginative football before, but I felt good about it.
“I feel more confident now that Diniz and I are conversing. I’m at ease playing in this manner.
Without a doubt, Martinelli has prospered throughout the previous several years under Arteta’s direction.
Gabriel Martinelli is a Big Name
The Brazilian player has made a name for himself in the Premier League as one of the top wingers. But like Bukayo Saka, he is assigned a very particular duty in the Arsenal side. Martinelli has made a place for himself. He has a role to play.
The two are anticipated to embrace the touchline and pose a serious danger to the Gunners in one-on-one matches.
Martinelli is a superb ball handler, thus he definitely fits this job at Arsenal. However, it comes as no great surprise when he claims to have been granted more freedom for Brazil.