Zinchenko makes Odegaard gesture as Gabriel Jesus return hint dropped
Zinchenko makes Odegaard gesture
Oleksandr Zinchenko delivered one of his best Arsenal performances on Wednesday night since joining from Manchester City in the summer.
After scoring against Aston Villa, the Ukraine international set up Bukayo Saka for the Gunners’ opener against Everton.
For all off Zinchenko’s brilliance at Emirates Stadium, it was he who was left in amazement by what Martin Odegaard did to former Arsenal star Alex Iwobi.
Jesus return hint
Martin Odegaard ended his minor goal drought of seven games in Arsenal’s 4-0 Premier League victory against Everton on Wednesday night, where his goal celebration caught the eye.
A third consecutive victory saw the Gunners extend their lead over Manchester City at the top to five points with 13 games to play.
Despite the absence of Gabriel Jesus, Arsenal have not been shy in front of goal scoring four without reply against the Toffees. Odegaard bagged the third of the evening and his celebration may have looked very familiar to a few eagle-eyed Arsenal fans.
Dyche title verdict
Sean Dyche believes Arsenal have all the credentials to win the Premier League title after his Everton were comfortably beaten by the Gunners on Wednesday evening.
Just a few weeks after the Toffees defeated the league leaders in Dyche’s first game in charge, Arsenal got their revenge in emphatic fashion scoring four goals without reply.
Everton boss Dyche was full of praise for the characteristics shown by Arsenal believing that there is one thing in particular that will guide the Gunners to the title over Man City.
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