Arsenal and Brazil’s Gabriel Jesus Undergoes Successful Knee Surgery


The Arsenal football club announced that Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus had successful knee surgery and is now scheduled for a significant absence. The striker injured himself in Brazil’s World Cup 2022 Group G match against Cameroon, which Tite approved because Brazil was already guaranteed to qualify.

Gabriel Jesus’s performance was subpar, and the striker was substituted shortly after the hour mark. However, it was later discovered that the striker had a knee injury. He was ruled out of the remainder of the World Cup due to the severity of the problem, and was primarily believed that he would be spending approximately three weeks on the sidelines.

However, reports from Brazil at the time stated that Gabriel Jesus could be out of action for months due to a serious injury that necessitated surgery. As he is recovering from the surgery, the striker will be out for a significant amount of time, according to Arsenal.

Arsenal announced in a statement that Gabriel Jesus had successful surgery on his right knee, which was injured while we were playing Cameroon in the World Cup group stage. According to the club, Jesus will presently begin his restoration program, and everybody at the club will uphold Gabby and will be striving to get him back on the field straightaway.

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After the surgery, Gabriel Jesus posted a picture from his hospital bed and said that God is wonderful and that he would be back stronger.