Aside from Manchester City, Arsenal is the only team in the Premier League with a perfect record. This season, watching the Gunners has been nothing short of entertaining. Arsenal's main problem last season was failing to convert chances in front of goal, but with 6 goals in two games, we can expect them to leave no room for errors in the final third this season.
The addition of Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal's attack has been a huge success. While everyone is praising Jesus, Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand believes Gabriel Martinelli, if he can stay fit, will thrive in the coming years.
"Martinelli, if he stays fit, this guy, I've told you this before, he could be the next Luis Suarez," said Rio Ferdinand
Due to injuries, Martinelli has struggled to find consistency in the last few seasons. Hopefully, he will find it this season.
So far, in Arsenal's two games, the Brazilian has scored two goals; last season, it was Saka; is this Martinelli's season?
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