Arsenal striker, Gabriel Jesus has pinpointed what makes him stand out from his fellow attackers at the Emirates.
Jesus has shone with Arsenal since arriving from Manchester City for £45 million last year.
The Brazilian has scored 13 goals and provided eight assists in 37 games across competitions for the Gunners.
Many argue that Arsenal’s title challenge last season was hindered by Jesus’ long-term injury.
Jesus missed twelve league games because of a serious knee injury he suffered at the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Brazil.
However, the 26-year-old is now back to his best this season with impressive performances for Mikel Arteta’s side.
Jesus has forged a formidable frontline alongside Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli with the trio one of Europe’s most frightening front-three attackers.
Asked what makes him unique in comparison to his fellow forwards at Arsenal, Jesus told Bleacher Report that he brings chaos and street football to the pitch.
He said, “With me, I think you don’t know what I’m going to do, I create chaos. I started in Palmeiras, my former club when I was like 15, or 16, before that, I only played in the streets.
“So I think I bring the streets to the pitch”.