Arsenal fans all say the same thing as Gabriel Jesus celebrates Reiss Nelson’s winner in Gunners kit

ARSENAL fans are all saying the same thing after Gabriel Jesus joined in the celebrations after Reiss Nelson’s winner versus Bournemouth.

The Gunners completed an incredible comeback against the Cherries, coming from two goals down to win 3-2 with a 97th minute goal handing the hosts three points.

Mikel Arteta gave Gabriel Jesus a big hug after the 3-2 winGabriel Jesus was involved in the warm-down after the gameRichard Pelham / The SunHe even played passes with his team-matesRichard Pelham / The Sun

The jubilant Arsenal team celebrated at the end of the game and injured Gabriel Jesus joined in the party.

The Brazilian has not featured since before the World Cup as he continues his recovery from knee surgery.

But it is good news for Arsenal fans as the striker wore the club’s training kit pitch side.

He hugged manager Mikel Arteta and Emile Smith Rowe before picking up Nelson, which suggests there is improved strength in his knee.

After the game, Jesus even joined in the team warm-down, jogging across the pitch at the Emirates Stadium.

Fans could not believe that the 25-year-old was back in amongst the rest of the team, topping what was a great day for Arsenal supporters.

One wrote on Twitter: “Glad to see Jesus with the boys… can’t wait for him to join in the goals.”

Another took a screenshot of Jesus and said: “Tears in my eyes.”


A third reacted: “Look at Jesus smiling and hugging the players. This squad is special.”

More believed a dramatic win like that is further reason why Arsenal will win the league this season.

One fan said: “True champions.”

Arteta’s men are now five points clear of Manchester City in second place with just 12 league games to play.

Arsenal will be hoping Jesus is back for the run-in after Leandro Trossard went off injured and Eddie Nketiah remains sidelined with a problem not thought to be long-term.

Arsenal have moved five points clear at the topRichard Pelham / The Sun