Arsenal host North London rivals Tottenham on Saturday in what is said to be a crucial encounter. Arsenal lead the league, while Tottenham are third, one point behind second-placed Manchester City.
Gabriel Jesus will score a lot more goals for Arsenal this season, according to Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, because he changed his playing style in the win over Brentford.
In their straightforward 3-0 victory in west London on Sunday, the Gunners struck through Jesus. His fourth goal of the year was that one. Since joining Mikel Arteta’s team from Manchester City for £45 million in the summer, the 25-year-old has helped his squad win six of their opening seven Premier League games. Hasselbaink was interested in Jesus’ goal against Brentford, which gave Arsenal the league lead going into the break. The Brazilian evaded Pontus Jansson and headed Granit Xhaka’s accurate cross over David Raya to give Arsenal a 2-0 advantage.
Kane consistently scores goals in the Premier League. His stats speak for themselves, and he is without a doubt one of the best strikers England has ever produced. Kane is the third-highest goal scorer in PL history with 189 goals to his name. He still has plenty of time to beat Wayne Rooney’s 208 goals and Alan Shearer’s 260 goals total. According to Football London, Chelsea manager Graham Potter actually likes Tottenham star Harry Kane and may think about including Romelu Lukaku in a player-plus-cash transfer.
Lukaku was brought back to Stamford Bridge by the Blues for a club record £98 million last summer, but the Belgian struggled under Thomas Tuchel. Given that Chelsea’s current options up front are Kai Havertz, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Armando Broja, Lukaku was permitted to return to Inter Milan this summer on a season-long loan agreement.
Overview: Appearances, goals, assists, and clean sheets.
Attacking: Goals, goals per match, shots, big chances scored, and big chances missed.
Teamplay: Assists, big chances created, passes, touches, and through balls.
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