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Emirates Cup: Gabriel Jesus Hattick, Arsenal shave Sevilla six goals without reply

crazy ball – Arsenal continued their positive pre-season display against Sevilla at the Emirates Stadium in the Emirates Cup clash with starlet Bukayo Saka firing Mikel Arteta’s side into a quick lead.

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As usual, The Gunners regularly organize the Emirates Cup tournament to welcome the new season and in 2022 invite them Loose nerves as an invited guest for this 15-year tournament.

The Emirates Cup was indeed first introduced in 2007 with their first four editions always inviting three teams in four club tournaments, winning five and losing the title four times.

They started a one-game tournament in 2019 with a match against Lyon, which ended in a 2-1 defeat, but instead they hosted a tournament for the women’s class by inviting Bayern Munich. But just like the men’s team, the women’s team also lost 1-0.

Meanwhile, Arsenal look set to regain their Emirates Cup this year after just 20 minutes, Mikel Arteta’s men having already managed to overtake Sevilla with four goals without reply.

Bukayo Saka opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a penalty after he was brought down by Karim Rekik in the penalty box. The young star has now taken on the task of execution with the departure of Alexandre Lacazette and he is doing his job well.

Just five minutes later, Arsenal went 3-0 up after new striker Gabriel Jesus scored twice in less than three minutes. The Brazilian forward scored his first goal in the 13th minute before adding a second in the 15th to extend the lead.

Interestingly, Bukayo Saka managed to score his second goal just four minutes later to make it 4-0 in a very lopsided game, with Sevilla goalkeeper Bono entirely at fault for the fourth goal against him.

In the second half, Arsenal did not relax their attack as they managed to add two more goals as Gabriel Jesus finally scored his first hat-trick for The Gunners thanks to his goal in the 77th minute that changed the score to 5-0. He took advantage of the chaos in front of the goal from a corner kick situation.

Arsenal then played six goals without reply against the team that Jules Kunde had just left for Barcelona thanks to Eddie Nketiah’s goal in the 85th minute. From Granit Xhaka’s through ball, the ball met Gabriel Martinelli and then passed to the 23-year-old striker to make it 6-0.

This score lasted until the match ended and The Gunners regain the Emirates Cup trophy won by Lyon in 2019.

Arsenal XI: Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Partyy, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus

Subs: Turner, Runarsson, Cedric, Bellerin, Mari, Holding, Elneny, Maitland-Niles, Lokonga, Marquinhos, Pepe, Nelson, Nketiah

Sevilla XI: Bono; Navas, Angel, Rekik, Acuna; Fernando, Oliver Torres, Rakitic; Lamela, Tecatico, En-Neysri

Subs: Dmitrovic, Montiel, Ocampos, Gudelj, Jordan, Suso, Delaney, Papu Gomez, Luismi, Quintana, Salas, Zarzana, Marius, Pedro Ortiz, Ivan Romero

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