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Gabriel Martinelli offers more affordable route into Arsenal's points-laden midfield for Dream Team bosses | The Sun
ARSENAL regained the top spot in their Champions League group with a 2-1 win away to Sevilla on Tuesday night.
The Gunners' Brazilian contingent came to fore with goals from Gabriel Martinelli (£4m) and Gabriel Jesus (£5m) ultimately getting the job done in Spain.
Unfortunately, the latter was forced off late on with a suspected hamstring injury.
The former, however, should very much be on the radar of Dream Team managers because of the form he's exhibited since returning from injury.
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Martinelli has plundered 24 points in two Gameweeks since recovering from a hamstring issue.
The 22-year-old registered two shots on target, one big chance created and earned three bonus points on top of his goal to take the La Liga outfit for 13 points when all was said and done on Tuesday night.
He only mustered three points against Chelsea at the weekend but still his combined tally of 16 points is enough for him to be Gameweek 9's joint-best midfielder at the time of writing.
And of course, he's categorisation as a midfielder is rather generous as he's not far off a fully-fledged forward in reality.
Dream Team bosses who played the game last season won't have to be convinced of Martinelli's viability but his current status this term is rather intriguing.
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