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Gabriel Jesus calls the referee out and claims that he was fouled.

Gabriel Jesus calls the referee out and claims that he was fouled.

Any controversy over the offside goal has been downplayed by the Brazilian.

In Arsenal’s victory over Manchester United, Gabriel Jesus claims that referee Anthony Taylor made some “bad decisions” and disregarded complaints regarding Alejandro Garnacho’s controversial late goal that was disallowed.

News about Arsenal, as well as analysis.

With a 3-1 victory at the Emirates on Sunday, the Gunners maintained their perfect start to the new Premier League campaign.

However, the outcome was anything but straightforward.

Even though United played with little purpose for significant stretches of the game, a quick counterattack in the 27th minute set Marcus Rashford free, and he blasted a shot into the far corner.

Within a few seconds of the restart, Martin Odegaard scored again, and the game quickly returned to being cagey until the 89th minute, when substitute Alejandro Garnacho broke through on goal and beat Aaron Ramsdale.

After a protracted VAR review, it appeared as though the Red Devils had clinched all three points, but the goal was disallowed for a very slight offside call.

Motivated by their narrow escape, Arsenal charged forward and took the lead just before the end thanks to Declan Rice’s deflected shot in the 96th minute.

Then, in the 101st, Jesus added some gloss to the score.

After the game, Ten Hag expressed his displeasure with the officials and claimed the VAR had drawn the lines for Garnacho’s offside goal from the “wrong angle.” The Dutchman also felt his team should have been given a free-kick on Jonny Evans when Rice scored and that his team should have been given a penalty.

Following the challenge, Jesus stumbled away (Image: Sky Sports).

Jesus, however, is unconcerned with Ten Hag’s complaints and believes that it was Arsenal, who had a penalty oddly enough overturned, who were on the wrong side of the officials and believed Garnacho’s effort should not have stood regardless of offside.

The Brazilian admitted to the media after the game that the referee had made some poor decisions.

Even their [disallowed] goal might have been a foul on me, but thankfully it was offside.’.

Jesus, who had surgery in the offseason, expressed his joy at getting back into the game and scoring, adding, “I’m feeling good.”.

Coming back from vacation with an injury is difficult.

It was unfortunate that I was able to feel my knee again.

“You go back after preseason, but you’re hurting,” the coach said. I decided to have surgery as soon as possible so that I could recover more powerfully. It was difficult, but now I’m returning. Finding the rhythm once more is crucial. I’m happy to be back and feel good about it.

“At the end of the previous season, I felt nothing and was completely fine.”. Then I went on vacation and had no emotions. After I returned, there was still nothing after the first week. I then began to feel it after that.

“And for me, it was a case of ‘If I’m not 100%, I won’t be myself.'”.

I kept practicing and playing because I was trying.

I could feel it a little, but it was nothing to me.

But eventually, I was unable to run or move, so I made the decision to have surgery, and that was it.

The day after you learn something, you realize you have to keep going, fight, and smile.

The first day is terrible when you learn something.

I should be grateful to God for giving me a life and allowing me to wake up every morning. I have it good.

I am capable of walking, being here, and grinning.

Therefore, there is nothing to be unhappy about.

Don’t give up; just keep fighting and trust in God.’.

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