Gabriel Jesus settling into life at Arsenal perfectly with two goals in a minute

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Gabriel Jesus has continued his great start to life in north London after bagging two goals in two minutes during the Emirates Cup clash with Sevilla.

Jesus swapped Manchester City for Arsenal over the summer, and the Brazilian has been quick to show City exactly what they're missing. It took just 13 minutes for Jesus to put his name on the scoresheet as he tapped in from close range.

And then, 60 seconds later, Jesus once again found himself unmarked at the back stick to slide home. Arsenal fans have quickly reacted to their new hero. The striker made it a hat-trick in the second half.

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One fan tweeted: "We actually have a proper striker, no more pain cos of [Alexandre] Lacazette."

"Gabriel Jesus will be Arsenal's best signing in Decades. Player is already balling for the team," a second added. While a third said: "I think Arsenal got their Thierry Henry back in Gabriel Jesus, the guy is savaging Sevilla back, front, left and right!"

A fourth tweeted: "Gabriel Jesus is probably the signing of the season btw. He has been unleashed from the shackles of Pep's tactics, and he's going to show why he's world-class. It's a very long season!"

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Jesus isn't the only man to swap City for the Gunners this summer, and he was joined in north London by Oleksandr Zinchenko.

Arteta has also added Fabio Vieira to his midfield as the Gunners look to reclaim a Champions League berth.

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