I’ll Keep Doing My Best To Earn Spot In Brazil Squad –Jesus

Arsenal forward, Gabriel Jesus

Jesus: I’ll Keep Doing My Best To Earn Spot In Brazil Squad.

Arsenal forward, Gabriel Jesus, has been speaking out after being left out of Brazil’s

squad for the upcoming international friendly matches, stating that he would keep working

hard to improve and secure a spot in the brazil squad.


A Selecao [The National Team] in preparation for their 22nd FIFA World Cup finals

appearance in Qatar will take on the Black Stars of Ghana on Friday, September 23, 2022,

at Stade Oceane in France and also clash with the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia on Tuesday,

September 27, 2022, at the Parc des Princes, France.

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Jesus and his Arsenal teammates, Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Magalhaes were not

included in the list of the aforementioned international friendlies.

In an interview with ESPN Brazil, G. Jesus said he would continue working hard for a better future,

however, and will be rooting for the Brazilian team even without his involvement.

“There was (contact) after the call-up, yes,” Jesus said.


“I respect the coach’s decision a lot, I respect Tite, the entire staff.


“As I said, I’m Brazilian, I’ll always root for the team. And I also respect the other players who have a lot of quality. I’ll keep doing my best to have the opportunity again.


“What I can control is my performance. I will always try to give my best and finish the plays. Today I had some chances that I could also improve a little more. I know, I’ve been training, trying to do my best.”


Jesus has scored 19 goals in 56 appearances for Brazil. He has scored 4 goals and recorded 3 assists for Arsenal in 7 Premier League games this season.


Brazil are in Group G at the 2022 FIFA alongside Cameroon, Serbia, and Switzerland.


The Samba Boys of Brazil are the only team to have qualified for every edition of the FIFA World Cup.

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