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Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus acknowledges that losing one’s position is an inherent aspect of playing for a top-tier club.

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Jesus made these remarks in response to inquiries regarding Kai Havertz displacing him in Mikel Arteta’s lineup.

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Havertz has demonstrated impressive form during the crucial stages of the season, coinciding with Arsenal’s pursuit in both the Premier League and Champions League.

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The former Chelsea forward has notably scored in four consecutive league matches against Burnley, Newcastle, Sheffield United, and Brentford.

Moreover, standout performances against Brighton and Luton have contributed to Havertz’s impressive tally of nine goal involvements in his last seven outings.

Reflecting on Havertz’s inclusion in the team, Jesus commented, “If you observe his dedication, it’s truly remarkable. It’s simply the nature of competing for a prestigious club. You must strive for your place. If you find yourself on the sidelines, the best course of action is to support and contribute wherever possible. Personally, I refrain from complaint.”

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