Gabriel Jesus who plays for English Premier League side Arsenal football club as well as repressent his Country Brazil national team at international sporting events has picked up an injury.Gabriel Jesus who is currently in Qatar repressenting his country Brazil in this year's world cup football competition is expected to out of action for four weeks.
This will therefore mean that the Arsenal's centrefoward player will miss their summer games immediately the world cup comes to an end due to injury.The skipper picked an injury in their game yesterday against Cameroon which they were humiliated as they lost by one goal to nill.
Reports have it that he knocked his ankle and medical personnel have since estimated that he will have to be sidelined for about four weeks before he can play again for his team.With world cup football competition almost coming to an end injury issues are some of the things that Arsenal does not want to deal with right now.
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