Mikel Arteta concerned by Gabriel Jesus hamstring injury: ‘Not good news’

Gabriel Jesus is facing a hamstring injury assessment following Arsenal’s 2-1 win against Sevilla. Mikel Arteta expressed concern over Jesus’ second-half substitution.

Jesus not only scored a beautiful goal but also helped secure Gabriel Martinelli‘s opening goal in the victory against Sevilla, solidifying Arsenal’s position in their Champions League group.

However, Jesus’ fitness is now a major concern as Arsenal faces several crucial games in the coming weeks.

Arsenal’s upcoming matches include a home game against Sheffield United, followed by away trips to West Ham in the Carabao Cup and Newcastle in the Premier League.

Jesus was substituted in the second half of the Champions League match due to a hamstring issue. Arteta revealed in an interview with TNT Sports that Jesus had immediately requested to be subbed, which is a cause for worry. Further evaluation will be conducted in the next few days to determine the severity of the injury.

Arsenal’s victory propelled them to the top spot in Group B with six points, while Lens sits in second place with five points after their 1-1 draw against PSV Eindhoven.


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