‘Time and a place’: Sky Sports commentator unimpressed by what Arsenal man did in first-half v Brentford
The Gunners put in an excellent display against the Bees today as they beat Thomas Frank’s side 3-0.
Mikel Arteta’s men came flying out the blocks and were 2-0 up within half an hour.
Goals from William Saliba and Gabriel Jesus put Arsenal in a commanding position but Goodman was not impressed with what the Brazilian did in the 36th minute.
Sky commentator unimpressed by what Jesus did
Jesus regained the ball for his side deep in his own half but tried to flick the ball over Mathias Jensen’s head.
But the Brentford man dispossessed Jesus and delivered a cross into the Arsenal box.
And on Sky Sports’ live coverage of the game, Goodman said: “There’s the first bit of overconfidence from Arsenal.
“Gabriel Jesus tries a little bit of juggling in an area that he really shouldn’t be. I understand you’re full of confidence, but there’s a time and a place really.
“Although Jensen wins it back, Brentford can’t do anything with it.”
The moment came to nothing for Brentford but Jesus’ confidence just shows how well Arsenal are playing at the moment.
Arteta’s men dominated the game today and bounced back brilliantly from their setback at Old Trafford two weeks ago.
Arsenal have now moved back to the top of the Premier League and will head into the international break as league leaders.
The Gunners will come back to a huge match after the break as they face their bitter rivals Spurs on October 1.
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