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‘Unfortunately’: Brazil manager makes comment about Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli after last night’s game.

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Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli’s missed opportunity in Argentina’s loss is discussed by the Brazil manager Fernando Diniz. Brazil manager Fernando Diniz has now provided his insights on Arsenal duo Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli’s missed opportunity against Argentina last night.

 

Diniz was providing a comprehensive summary of the performance while speaking to Globo in Brazil.Arsenal supporters might not have been overly enthusiastic about Jesus starting the match alongside Martinelli for Brazil, considering his recent injury concern.

 

However, despite making his 90 minutes of play, the striker was unable to score for his country once more.Furthermore, while discussing wasted opportunities, the manager reflected on a critical moment for Brazil when Jesus and Martinelli both failed to capitalize on a favorable situation.

 

Diniz was generally pleased with the performance, but could not help but mention the opportunity.

 

He stated, “We had opportunities, including corners and a shot that went in, and we were in danger today from set pieces; he had the game-winning ball in the second half due to Gabriel Jesus’s pass with Martinelli, but it was unsuccessful.”I would like to emphasize the dedication of the players and the team’s construction; today’s game featured an abundance of collective construction.

“It is challenging to take on a team, and it is even more difficult to maintain the team’s cohesion after going through so many lineup changes today.”

 

Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal had a subpar evening for Brazil.

As a team, Brazil has endured a challenging stretch in which they have suffered losses in their last three matches.

 

Moreover, the nation has won only three of its last nine games since the 2022 FIFA World Cup – not exactly the form you would expect from the group.Brazil are undergoing a period of transition, and Jesus and Martinelli of Arsenal will be crucial to bringing the team around.

 

Martinelli, in particular, will remember his time abroad with his country as extremely fruitful, as he made two starts and scored his first goal.

 

And despite Jesus’ lack of personal achievement, he will be ecstatic to return to playing and being physically fit.

 

Both of these players are now essential for Mikel Arteta during the holiday season; therefore, Arsenal must ensure that they remain in peak condition.

 

Furthermore, although it may not be of much consequence, William Saliba encountered his own challenges while touring France.

 

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