Gabriel Jesus creates problems when the striker scored again in Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Everton.

The player scored twice on his debut for Arsenal in a 5-3 win against Nürnberg and scored his third goal to give his new club another pre-season victory.

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Arsenal 2-0 Everton

Goals: Jesus G. () – (1-0). Saka B. () – (2-0).

Line ups:

Turner, Cedric (Bellerin 45), Saliba (Mari 72), Gabriel (Walters 72), Tavares (Holding 45), Partey (Elneny 45), Xhaka (Sambi 72), Saka (Pepe 45), Odegaard (Maitland-Niles 45), Martinelli (Nelson 72), Jesus (Nketiah 45). Pickford (Crellin 45), Patterson (Mills 45), Nkounkou (Keane 45), Holgate (Tarkowski 45), Mina (Welch 45), Godfrey (Mykolenko 45), Doucoure (Gbamin 45), Davies (Warrington 45), Dele (Iwobi 45), Gary (Gordon 45), Calvert-Lewin (Rondon 45).

The first goal was scored when the 25-year-old kicked past Jordan Pickford from a corner in the 33rd minute and then set up Bukayo Saku who added seconds after just three minutes.

“The moment we give the ball away he is straight away active and putting pressure and getting his team behind him. He has a lot of leadership skills, I can see straight away what he’s doing with the boys and he’s the type of guy that we want.

“He looks really sharp, really dynamic. (He’s got) a really good understanding with his team-mates straight away. They are looking for him, he’s generating chances, good connections around specific spaces we want to exploit with him especially, and yeah, we’re really happy.”

Arsenal pre-season friendlies

1.FC Nurnberg 3-5 Arsenal;

2.Arsenal 2-0 Everton;

Orlando City – Thursday July 21, Exploria Stadium, Florida; kick-off 12:30am BST.

Chelsea – Sunday July 24, Camping World Stadium, Florida; kick-off 1am BST.

Sevilla – Saturday July 30, Emirates Stadium, London; kick-off 12.30pm BST.

Jesus has made an instant impact since signing for Manchester City for £45m. The football player scores goals for the team, which they lacked last season.

Everton manager Frank Lampard praised his Everton boys for their performance against Arsenal.

A trio of Lewis Warrington, Stanley Mills and Rhys Welch played for the club, who played as a defensive five in their first pre-season game.

“We have to play three at the back because of the group we have on the trip,” Lampard said.

“Lewis Warrington’s confidence in taking the ball in midfield and playing and moving it was nice, it’s the simple things, but since I’ve been here we haven’t done so well. Rhys looked very comfortable and Billy got a clean ball.” leaf for his half.”

Newcomer James Tarkowski, who signed on a free transfer from Burnley earlier this month, has made his debut and impressed Lampard since joining the club.

“I’ve been a big fan of James since before I became Everton manager,” said Lampard.

Also, the Everton coach added: “I wasn’t really worried about the result, you always want to win, but we were competitive, I didn’t like anything that I didn’t like about the players in terms of their application.

“But Arsenal have produced a pretty much complete team and are in a different phase than we are at the moment. It will even out. The process is important, I had a lot to see and think about how to move forward.

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