After a captivating start to the new Premier League campaign, there is another round of entertaining games to look forward to.
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- Gabriel Jesus to score anytime for Arsenal against Leicester City
- Erling Haaland to score anytime for Manchester City against Bournemouth
- Christian Eriksen to score anytime for Manchester United against Brentford
Gabriel Jesus to score anytime for Arsenal against Leicester City
Arsenal produced an impeccable display when they raised the curtain on the new season with a 2-0 win away to Crystal Palace last Friday, and Mikel Arteta will be hoping for more of the same at the Emirates against Leicester.
Gabriel Martinelli may have made history at Selhurst Park by becoming the first Brazilian to score the first goal of a new campaign, but new boy Gabriel Jesus put in an impressive shift.
Jesus was unrelenting and he asked serious questions of the Eagles’ back four. He won’t let up against Leicester either, and Brendan Rodgers will still be perplexed about how his side squandered a two-goal lead against Brentford.
The Gunners look like a different prospect this season and yes, it is only early stages, but it is a far cry from how they started the previous campaign.
We all know what Jesus is capable of as he can score all types of goals, and he could well get off the mark against Leicester.
Erling Haaland to score anytime for Manchester City against Bournemouth
Manchester City cruised to victory last weekend against West Ham, who were strangely passive.
Given his credentials as one of Europe’s most feared marksmen, Haaland caught the eye with a star-studded display on his Premier League, and he weighed in with two goals.
The second goal was a clinical left-footed finish after latching onto a delicious Kevin De Bruyne pass, and Haaland delivered just what Pep Guardiola needed.
Bournemouth may have confounded expectations by easing past Aston Villa, but tougher tests lie around the corner, with upcoming games against City, Liverpool, and Arsenal.
Haaland will be relishing the chance to build upon his impressive start, and he could bag another goal this weekend.
Christian Eriksen to score anytime for Manchester United against Brentford
After his impressive loan spell for Brentford last term, Christian Eriksen will head back to the Community Stadium, but this time with Manchester United.
Erik ten Hag’s experiment of deploying Eriksen as a false No.9 didn’t have the desired effect as United produced a subdued performance in their 2-1 defeat at home to Brighton, and it was the worst possible start to Ten Hag’s tenure.
It remains to be seen whether Anthony Martial will be passed fit to start against Brentford, while more will be expected from Jadon Sancho.
If Eriksen reprises his usual midfield role, he will be given more licence to dictate things. Perhaps if he is put on free-kick duty, he could well hit the target against the Bees. But as a mark of respect, I don’t think he is likely to indulge in any over-exuberant celebrations.