Arsenal have dropped points in their last three games which has given Manchester City a chance to win a famous treble this season, however Gabriel Jesus insists the Gunners title dream isn’t over yet.
Arsenal might be ten games unbeaten in the Premier League, but with three draws in their last three games they have handed the initiative to Manchester City ahead of the clash at the Etihad on Wednesday night.
Arsenal’s number nine has insisted the Premier League title race is far from over with six games remaining for the Gunners.
Arsenal currently sit five points clear at the top of the table, however Pep Guardiola’s side have two games in hand on the Gunners. If Arsenal fail to win at the Etihad on Wednesday night then Manchester City will have control of the title race going into the final month of the season.
After three consecutive games with 6 points dropped in total, doubts have been raised regarding whether Arsenal have enough experience to get over the line, considering Mikel Arteta’s team is the youngest in the league this season.
Gabriel Jesus is one of the more experienced players in the Arsenal squad after winning it all at Manchester City, however the Brazilian is still only 25-years-old and is surrounded by a set of youngsters who have never been in the pressured situation before of fighting for a Premier League title.
A trophy that hasn’t been seen in North London for 19 years.
Gabriel Jesus has issued a message of motivation ahead of the trip to his former club in a massive title decider on Wednesday night at the Etihad Stadium…
“It’s not over. We’re still five points clear. If we want to be champions we have to go to the Etihad and win the game. We know that. That is all.”
Arsenal head to the Etihad on Wednesday night needing a win to keep the Premier League title race in their hands.