Nurnberg 3 Arsenal 5 LIVE: Gabriel Jesus SCORES after 90 secs in stunning debut, Tierney OFF – stream, score, TV | The Sun

ARSENAL continue their pre-season schedule in Germany against second tier Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg TODAY.

And Gabriel Jesus has OPENED up his account already just 90 second after coming on.

The Gunners are looking to build on their 5-1 win over championship outfit Ipswich last week, in which Eddie Nketiah stole the headlines by grabbing a hat-trick at London Colney.

  • Start time: 4.30pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: Arsenal.com
  • Arsenal XI: Turner, Bellerin, Walters, Mari, Tierney, Lokonga, Maitland-Niles, Smith Rowe, Pepe, Nketiah, Nelson

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  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 3-5 Arsenal

    79. There are plenty of positives for Robert Klauss.

    Having drawn so many blanks in their previous friendlies, the manager would have snapped your hand off if you offered him three goals scored against Arsenal before the game.

    They would have expected a tough day and certainly no clean sheet today.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 3-5 Arsenal

    77. Not sure what to take from this game from an Arsenal perspective.

    They can score goals, that is a huge positive going into the season.

    The ability to ship goals will still be a major concern.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 3-5 Arsenal

    75. Jesus shows just what Arteta played for.

    Great movement from the forward in the box, a deft touch and it is in the back of the net.

    This is turning into a goal-fest!!

    Set up by Martinelli, scored by Jesus.

    Gabriel to Gabriel and it is a goal.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 3-4 Arsenal

    73. The ball rebounds around the Arsenal penalty area.

    It drops to the substitute about six yards from goal.

    Schleimer strikes the ball home.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Lukas Schleimer (FC Nurnberg)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-4 Arsenal

    71. Schleimer comes on for the goalscorer Geis.

    Klauss looking to shake things up somewhat.

    They are still in this game.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-4 Arsenal

    69. The beauty of pre-season friendlies.

    You can stop for a drink whenever you are bit parched and the referee will stop the game for it.

    All players take on some hydration.

    Credit: Getty
  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-4 Arsenal

    67. Arsenal now decide to ring the changes.

    Patino, Balogun, Marquinhos, Okonkwo and Oulad M'Hand all come on.

    Turner, Nketiah, Maitland-Niles, Lokonga and Nelson all make way.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-4 Arsenal

    65. This has been an incredible second half for Arsenal.

    Constantly putting the hosts under pressure.

    As we can see with the two own goals, Nurnberg are struggling to cope with the attacking threat Arteta's side now possesses.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-4 Arsenal

    63. Eddie Nketiah has a shot thunder off the underside of the bar.

    As the ball ricochets down, defender under pressure from Gabriel Jesus he knocks the ball into his own net.

    Things seem to be going from bad to worse for the hosts.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Handwerker O.G. (Arsenal)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-3 Arsenal

    61. Mohamed Elneny, not known for his scoring prowess, gets back to what he knows best.

    Yellow card for a late challenge by the Egyptian.

    Fair play to the Arsenal midfielder, he collects more cards than Dynamo.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-3 Arsenal

    59. The corner was whipped into the near post where Jesus met it with his head.

    As soon as the ball nestled into the net, the Brazilian striker wields away with his arm aloft.

    It definitely took a heavy touch from Schindler on the way though.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-3 Arsenal

    57. On closer inspection the goal is accredited to the unfortunate Schindler who deflects the ball into his own net.

    There we were thinking this was the Jesus show.

    He's not the messiah, he's just a very good striker.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-2 Arsenal

    55. Elneny pulls The Gunners level.

    The Egyptian midfielder drilling the ball into the corner from close range.

    In ten quick minutes, Arsenal have turned this game on its head.

  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-1 Arsenal

    53. The changes made at half time seem to have awoken this Arsenal team in the second half.

    The pace, tempo and passing is all more like that of a Premier League team.

    This could be a tough half for the hosts.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-1 Arsenal

    51. Arteta certainly rallied the troops at half time.

    Arsenal look like a completely different team here.

    Causing problems every time they attack currently.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-1 Arsenal

    49. That goal seems to have stunned the home side.

    Everything was looking so comfortable for Klauss' side in the first half.

    They could have been blamed for expecting another casual run out in this half.

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-1 Arsenal

    47. Jesus may well be the saviour books have told us about.

    What a way to make a start to your first game.

    The Brazilian striker immediately replies for Arteta's side.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Kieran Davies

    Goal – Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

  • Kieran Davies

    FC Nurnberg 2-0 Arsenal

    46. Elneny, Jesus, Martinelli and Walters on for Arsenal.

    Bellerin, Smith Rowe, Pepe and Gabriel make way.

    Arteta keen for something to happen.

  • Kieran Davies

    Kick-off: FC Nurnberg 2-0 Arsenal

    And we are back underway.

    Big second half for The Gunners.

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