Saka and Jesus propel Arsenal to a 6-0 victory over Sevilla in the Emirates Cup.

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Odegaard has demonstrated a genuine career renaissance at Arsenal despite having Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey playing beside him in midfield. His energy and composure on the ball will play a crucial role in his captaincy.

As Arteta and Odegaard look to the future, a new attitude to the captaincy is a positive move for a side that is still figuring out its place in the Premier League hierarchy.

Final Score: 1H 2H Arsenal vs. Sevilla Arsenal 4 6 6 Goals for Sevilla came from Saka (P) ARS in the 10th and 19th minutes; Jesus in the 13th and 15th minutes; and Nketiah in the 88th minute.

Arsenal defeated Sevilla 6-0 in the full-time matchup.
Really impressive play from Arsenal at home as they prepare for the 2022–23 Premier League season by defeating Sevilla by SIX goals!
! 6-0 (FT) pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB

Gunners (@Arsenal) July 30, 2022 As they prepare to take on Crystal Palace on August 5, Gabriel Jesus’ amazing start to life as a Gunner continues with a hat trick.

88 minutes: THERE ARE SIX!
Xhaka’s wonderful pass sets Martinelli free in the back, and he gives a selfless pass for replacement Eddie Nketiah to score.
Prior to the last horn, Ben White advances and curls an attempt wide. Arsenal wants more.
HATTTTTT TRICK ALERT! 80 minutes.
Jesus has a hat trick on his home debut!
Jesus has impressed Arsenal fans during the preseason, and he deserves a hat trick because Martinelli’s corner gives him the ideal opportunity to score.
Martinelli then comes close to scoring SIX, but he is only able to scuff Cedric’s cross.

The boss has already changed a few things around here. Emmanuel Jesus Abel Nketiah Zinchenko, Alex Saka Cedric Bukayo Pepe Nico John Partey pic.twitter.com/GfzRyttGpQ Mo Elneny 5-0 (79)

Arsenal (@Arsenal) July 30, 2022 72 Mins: Saka suffers an injury while Arteta watches, causing some concern for Arsenal supporters.

Xhaka advances after Partey’s chip in the 66th minute, but his volley misses as Sevilla make significant substitutions.
4-0 (70′) #EmiratesCup pic.twitter.com/u3aRyGobQR Rekik, Acua, Fernando, En-Nesyri Salas, Prez, Ortiz, and Ivn Romero
Sevilla FC July 30, 2022 (@SevillaFC ENG) 63 minutes: A brief beverage break in North London with impending substitutions.
60 Minutes: Arsenal re-emerges as Jesus misses a wide shot and Saka’s cut back lands just behind the approaching Odegaard.
55 minutes in: Sevilla is showing some promising indications as Fernando and former Tottenham winger Erik Lamela both miss their intended targets.

50 minutes: The second quarter begins more calmly, but Arsenal maintains its lead. Before Zinchenko sprints back to stop a Sevilla break, captain Odegaard pulls an attempt wide.

46 minutes: We’re back in motion!
At the interval, neither side made any changes.

SEVILLA 0 ARSENAL 4 AT HALF TIME

Arsenal had a fantastic first half, as they lead the Emirates Cup final 4-0 at the break.

Saka and Jesus both scored two goals as Arteta’s opponents destroyed Sevilla in North London, with Jesus scoring his first goals for Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Four top performers! What did you, Gooners, think of that 45? 4-0 (HT) pic.twitter.com/9OFMfpWuLl
July 30, 2022 43 MINS: BONO COMES TO THE RESCUE for Arsenal (@Arsenal)!
After twice stopping Jesus and Martinelli, Bono nearly denied Arsenal a fifth goal, but Xhaka’s audacious overhead shot went over the crossbar.

As we near the halfway point, there are opportunities on both sides. Before Thomas Partey’s feeble header forces Bono into a close range save, Youssef En-weak Nesyri’s header is easily handled by the Arsenal defense.

33 Minutes: Martinelli witnesses a shot deflected over as play is stopped to allow Aaron Ramsdale to receive medical attention for a wound.

29 Minutes: Jesus comes close to scoring three goals in a row as Bono botches Martinelli’s corner kick, but his shot just misses the target. Rakitic then smacks an attempt over as Sevilla try to threaten at the opposite end.

10′ | Bukayo Saka 13′ | Gabriel Jesus 15′ | Gabriel Jesus 19′ | Bukayo Saka Electric pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 0

Gunners (@Arsenal) pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 1 25 Mins: Sevilla is chasing after everything and appears hungry for MORE goals, but Arsenal is not letting them rest.

19 minutes in: A NEW GOAL makes it 4-0 Arsenal!
Within the first 20 minutes, Mikel Arteta and company had made a 4-0 score for the home team.
As Sevilla attempts to play out of defense, Arsenal swarm the back line, and Bono’s oversight allows Saka a straightforward finish!
15 Mins: 3-0!!!!! WOW!!

IN NORTH LONDON, IT IS GOALS TO RAIN!

Jesus sneaks in at the back post to cushion his second goal of the game after Xhaka’s fast free kick releases Gabriel Martinelli down the left flank with the Sevilla defense out of position!

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Arsenal (@Arsenal) pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 2 13 Minutes: 2-0 TO THE GUNNERS!!

WITHIN THREE MINUTES, TWO GOALS!

Jesus takes a chance on Granit Xhaka’s cross into the area, and the Brazilian pokes in his first goal for Arsenal against the Emirates!
10 minutes in: 1-0 Arsenal lead!
For 2022–2023, The Gunners now have a new penalty taker!

In the Emirates Cup, we are ahead! When Bukayo Saka strikes the ground within the box, a penalty is called. The individual himself advances and beats the keeper! 1-0 (10) pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 3

AA14 Arsenal (@Arsenal) Saka assumes responsibility after Alexandre Lacazette’s departure with a vicious spot kick directed past Bono!
8 Minutes: Arsenal is penalized!
In the box, Karim Rekik shoves Bukayo Saka in the back, earning Arsenal a penalty.

Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus get Arsenal’s new stars off to a strong start in the first five minutes as the home team presses Sevilla hard.

ROUND OFF! The Emirates Cup championship has begun!
Can Arsenal win their sixth straight preseason game with five minutes remaining?
Norwich Ipswich Everton Florida City Chelsea Sevilla pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 5
AA16 Arsenal (@Arsenal) Before the game’s first kickoff in North London, there was a significant message of unity.

After moving to Arsenal from Sevilla in 2003, Jose Reyes won the Premier League in 2004. He then left Andalucia in 2011 and won three Europa League championships.

pic.twitter.com/bE5gzzkDLB 7 Jos Antonio Reyes
AA18 Arsenal (@Arsenal) The former Spain international unfortunately passed away at the age of 35 in a car accident in June 2019.
TEAM NEWS IS IN with 30 Minutes to Go!
The team that will face Crystal Palace on August 5 is expected to be the same as the one that defeated Chelsea 4-0 in Orlando.
Team news for the Emirates Cup Start with Saliba and Zinchenko. Midfielder Martin Odegaard Gabriel Jesus is first in line. Do this now!
AA19 Arsenal (@Arsenal) Ivan Rakitic, a Croatian veteran, will captain Jule Lopetegui’s Sevilla team in North London.

Face to face with July 30, 2022 0! #EmiratesCup July 30, 2022 1

The Sevilla FC Twitter account July 30, 2022 2 Odegaard assumes leadership of the Gunners with one hour and thirty minutes remaining in the game.

Prior to the 2022–23 season, Martin Odegaard, a Norwegian international, has been named the Gunners’ new captain.
Please welcome our new captain!

Arsenal (@Arsenal) July 30, 2022 3 LINEUPS FOR ARSENAL VS. SEVILLA Due to injuries to Kieran Tierney and Takehiro Tomiyasu, Arteta is probably going to be without Fabio Vieira for this match, but newcomer Gabriel Jesus is ready to go.

Starting lineup for Arsenal (4-3-2-1): Saka Jesus, White Xhaka, Partey Martinelli, Gabriel, Saliba, Zinchenko, Ramsdale (GK), and Zinchenko
Jules Kounde’s transfer to Barcelona has caused Julen Lopetegui, the manager of Sevilla, to rearrange his defense.
Starting lineup for Sevilla (4-3-3): Bono (GK), Acuna, Rekik, Jordan, Fernando Rakitic, Lamela, En-Nesyri, Corona.
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