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Before Arsenal’s pivotal Champions League match against Bayern Munich, two more important players were hurt in training. This left Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta overcome with emotion.

Before Arsenal's pivotal Champions League match against Bayern Munich, two more important players were hurt in training. This left Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta overcome with emotion.

Arsenal’s manager, Mikel Arteta, is generally upbeat about the team’s injury situation because there aren’t many important players out with serious injuries right now.

This gives the squad hope going into the March international break. One player who raised some eyebrows was the Brazilian winger Gabriel Martinelli.

Due to a foot injury, he had to be replaced during Arsenal’s 6-0 victory over Sheffield United earlier this month.

After the victory, Arteta talked about Martinelli’s injury and other team-related issues. But after Arsenal defeated Brentford 2-1, Martinelli was spotted using crutches, which appeared to lessen the severity of his injury. It’s likely that he took this precaution to make sure his foot injury healed properly. Martinelli hasn’t been able to train, but Arteta expressed optimism that he will make a full recovery before Arsenal’s Champions League match against Porto.

Given that other important Selecao players also chose to sit out the March internationals against England and Spain due to injuries, Martinelli’s exclusion from the Brazil squad further highlighted the severity of his injury. Martinelli is expected to bounce back in time for Arsenal’s pivotal Premier League encounter against Manchester City following the international break, despite this setback. Martinelli was crucial in their October matchup, scoring the game-winning goal to give Arteta his second league triumph over former teammate Pep Guardiola. Over the course of the season, the

The 22-year-old left winger has made a major contribution to Arsenal, starting in 25 Premier League games and showcasing his versatility with six goals and four assists. Furthermore, his standout performances in the Champions League against Lens and Sevilla have demonstrated his value to Arteta’s team.

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