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Arsenal fans love what Gabriel did in final minutes of win over Lens

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ARSENAL fans were loving what Gabriel did in injury time during their clash with Lens.

Mikel Arteta’s side had smashed six goals past the visitors as they secured their place as top dogs in Group B of the Champions League.

Gabriel wildly celebrated a late block

But late on Lens had a chance to get a consolation.

However, Gabriel, snuffed out the danger to preserve the teams clean sheet in a night he had little else to do.

This prompted the 25-year-old to celebrate wildly.

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And fans online were loving his show of passion.

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One fan said: “I used to pray for times like this.”

A second said: “My under appreciated centre back 💪.”

A third joked: “Love that guy and his teeth.”

Another declared: “Love this.”

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While a fifth added: “bro wanted that clean sheet by any means possible.”

Gabriel’s two namesakes Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli were both among the six different goalscorers for the Gunners.

Kai Havertz had kicked off the Emirates party, with Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard getting on the scoresheet before halftime.

Jorginho bagged a sixth from the spot near the end in a match also marred by crowd trouble with lighters and chairs thrown from the stands.

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Saka’s performance even saw him write himself into the history books by becoming the third player since records began in the competition to score and assist in three consecutive games.

He joined Karim Benzema and Luis Suarez on that list.

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Source: The Sun

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