Arsenal have played a friendly match in Germany against German club Nuremberg at the 50,000 capacity Max-Morlock-Stadion. This was Arsenal's first official match for preparation for the new coming season.
The Gunners came out victorious after thrashing the host 5-3 full time. Arsenal had started on a bad note where they went down 2-0 during the first half. On the second half, the gunners made some changes with news signing Gabriel Jesus coming in.
Jesus score a brace while Egyptian midfielder Mohammed Elneny score a goal. The other two were own goals from the Nuremberg defenders.
This was the first opportunity to catch a glimpse of Arsenal's new signs who includes Gabriel Jesus, Matt Turner and Marquinhos. Fabio Vieira who joined the team earlier was out of the squad due to a recent foot injury which ruled him out.
This friendly will serve as a good chance for Manager Mikel Arteta will get a good chance to try out his players. Arsenal will open their 2022/23 campaign away at Crystal Palace.
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