Newcomer Gabriel Jesus scored his fourth preseason goal as Arsenal comfortably beat Chelsea 4-0 in a friendly in Florida on Saturday. Jesus scored his fourth preseason goal but was later injured when Arsenal defeated Chelsea. Jesus led his preseason tally for Arsenal to four as a grand final ended with a win for Arsenal. The Gunners continued their impressive preseason with a convincing victory over London rival Chelsea at Saturday’s Orlando’s Camping World Stadium. Arsenal ended their tour of the Americas with a win over Premier League’s Rival in front of a record 63,811 fans at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium just two weeks before the start of the new season.
Arsenal takes on Sevilla in the last preseason match at the end of a marketing campaign that has given fans hope. London rivals Chelsea brought the lineup back to the usual 3-4-3 to start the second half, and things looked better at the start but failed to score as the Blues’ clean-sheet problems of recent seasons continue to plague the Blues. Arsenal beat Chelsea at the first whistle with their aggressive and direct play, with centre-forward Gabriel Jesus setting the tone, scoring the first goal after Chelsea were knocked over in their half. Arsenal won a handful of their fixtures in the United States, thanks to goals from Gabriel Jesus, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, and Albert Sambi Lokonga at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium.
A cheerful Gabriel Jesus moved calmly forward to Edouard Mendy, showing a composure rarely seen at Manchester City. He softly hit the chip to give Arsenal the lead and score four goals in four preseason games. Arsenal jumped ahead from an empty corner of Chelsea, with Gabriel Martinelli playing in Saka, who lacked the legs. Gabriel Martinelli split the Chelsea defence with a perfectly weighted ball, and Martin Odegaard made a touch before missing.
Mikel Arteta, meanwhile, has seen Arsenal win all four of their preseason games, although he hopes Gabriel Jesus is ready to live to stream them on Sky’s first game of the season against Crystal Palace. The bench just before the hour mark needed to be replaced. Gabriel Jesus appeared to be Mikel Artetas’ ingenious attempt against Premier League rivals Chelsea, the prolific No.9 he has been shouting about, highlighting value at Emirates Stadium again. Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel expressed worry over his team’s progress and his individuals’ lack of dedication throughout their preseason tour of the United States after they were defeated 4-0 by Arsenal in Florida on Saturday.