His goals may have dried up recently, but Gabriel Jesus has still been hugely influential in Arsenal’s success.
They simply wouldn’t be where they are in the Premier League without the summer addition from Manchester City.
Jesus’ role in the win at Chelsea was a prime example of just how vital he is to the team, even if he is not scoring goals.
He should have scored at Stamford Bridge when he sent a header wide in the first half following a sensational Arsenal move.
But he didn’t let his head drop and his relentless work rate and determination to play for his team-mates drove his side on to get the win.
It was his desire that won the ball back off Thiago Silva that led to the corner which Arsenal scored their winning goal from in the second half.
Jesus does need to get back amongst the goals after the World Cup break; that is clear.
But his recent barren run shouldn’t take away from just how impressive he has been so far during his debut season in North London.