Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus
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Gabriel with the Brazilian team.
Personal information
Full name Gabriel Fernando Jesus Osorio
Nickname (s) Gabigol, Tetinha
Baby jesus, Boy.
Nacimiento São Paulo, Brazil
April 3, 1997 (24 years)
Nationality (s) Brazilian
Height 1,75 m (5 ′ 9 ″)
Weight 73 kg (161 lb)
Sports race
Sport Soccer
Professional club
Sports debut March 7th 2015
(SE Palmeiras)
Club Manchester City
Liga England
Position Forward
Dorsal (s) 9
Coach Pep Guardiola
National selection
Selection BRAFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil
Debut 1th September 2016
Dorsal (s) 9
Go. (goals) 41 (18)
Trajectory

Gabriel Ferdinand de Jesus (São Paulo, Brazil; April 3, 1997) is a Brazilian footballer, plays as a forward and his current team is Manchester City of the English Premier League. He is also part of the Brazilian soccer team.

Trajectory

SE Palmeiras

In the 2014-2015 season he was promoted to the first team of S. E Palmeiras, setting great performances, scoring 5 goals in 40 games in his first season. In the following season he consolidated in the first team, attracting the interest of clubs such as several European teams. At the end of the season he won the league title with his team.

Manchester City FC

The club made the player's arrival official, but he was on loan to SE Palmeiras until January 2017. On January 1, he joined the orders of coach Pep Guardiola. On February 13, 2017, he was injured against AFC Bournemouth after 15 minutes of play. In the total of the season he managed to score 7 goals in 10 games.

At the beginning of the 2017-18 season, he won the title with his team. After 17 games he managed to score 8 goals. On December 31, he was injured against Crystal Palace in the 23rd minute of play. This season he managed to win the Premier League, the League Cup and the Community Shield.

In his following season, he again achieved the Premier League, the League Cup and the Community Shield, but also won the FA Cup, scoring two goals in the final against Watford Football Club, and in which they won by 6 -0.

National selection

Youth category

Gabriel has been part of the Brazilian national team in the U-20 and U-23 youth categories.

He was called up for the first time on March 28, 2015, by coach Alexandre Gallo to be part of a U-20 friendly tournament in Austria.

He made his debut for Brazil on April 13, started to face Qatar, scored his first goal with the national team after a great individual play from midfield. Then he faced Honduras, entered the second half, showed a good level again but they lost 1 to 0.

On May 15 he was summoned, by the new coach Rogério Micale, to defend the Brazilian team at the U-20 World Cup in New Zealand, he was assigned jersey number 10.

They traveled to Australia to train near the World Cup headquarters, they played two friendly matches prior to the official competition, in both the South Americans won 1-0, against Portugal and Australia. Gabriel was a starter in both.

He made his world debut on May 31, 2015, it was his first match in an official national team competition, he played as a starter against Nigeria, at minute 4 he scored a goal, but the Africans imposed their level and managed to turn the match 2 to 1 Before the half hour played, Gabriel provided an assist and his teammate Judivan put the temporary tie to end the first half, they finally reacted and won 4 to 2. In the second group match, he started again, this time they faced Hungary and won 2-1 after starting at a disadvantage. In the last minute, they received a yellow card, and since they also received one in the first match, they missed the last group stage match, which was against North Korea , a team that they defeated 3 to 0.

In the round of 90, they faced Uruguay, it was an even game in which no goals were converted in the first 2 minutes, so they went to an extra time and the score ended the same. The passage to the next instance was decided by executing penalties, on the Uruguayan side, Rodrigo Amaral missed his shot, then the 5 teams scored without errors, and the fifth penalty was left for Gabriel, with the possibility of deciding the match, With a cross shot he overcame the resistance of goalkeeper Gastón Guruceaga and they won 4 to XNUMX.

On June 14, they played against Portugal in the quarterfinals, again no team could score in the playing time, so after an extension, they went to penalties. Gabriel was the fourth Brazilian performer, he did not miss and scored the third goal, the Europeans had missed twice, and in their fourth shot, they could not score, so the definition was won by Brazil 3 to 1.

The semifinal was played on June 17, Gabriel was on the court the entire game to face Senegal, a team that they defeated with a resounding 5 to 0.

The final match for the title was paired with Serbia, which took place on June 20 in front of more than 25.300 spectators at the North Harbor Stadium, just at minute 70, the scoring was opened, but in favor of the Serbs. Three minutes later his teammate Andreas Pereira tied the game, already on time, the coach Rogério Micale decided to take Gabriel out for the first time in the contest. They played extra time, and with 2 minutes to go to penalties, the Serbs scored the final goal and Brazil finally lost 2 to 1.

Gabriel played 6 games in the World Cup, all as a starter, scored a goal and provided 2 assists, giving him a 2-year advantage in the category, with the possibility of being part of the next U-20 generation.

On June 29, 2016, he was confirmed in the final squad to defend Brazil at the Olympic Games.

He started a friendly against Japan, prior to the JJ. OO., And they won 2 to 0.

He made his debut at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games on August 4 at the Mané Garrincha Stadium in front of more than 69.300 spectators, played as a starter against South Africa in the first group match, had a clear chance of scoring that he missed and finally tied 0-0 .

Youth participations

Competition Venue Result Matches goals Assists
U-20 World Cup 2015 NZFlag of New Zealand.svg NZ runner-up 6 1 2
2016 Olympics Flag of Brazil.svg Rio de Janeiro Champion 6 3 0

Absolute category

Dunga was booked for the first time by Dunga in a preliminary squad for the Copa América Centenario on April 29, 2016. It was not confirmed on the final list and Brazil was eliminated in the group stage.

On August 22, after winning the gold medal at the Olympics, he was summoned by the new coach, Tite, for the September FIFA dates.

He made his debut with the national team on September 1, at the Atahualpa Olympic Stadium against Ecuador, the only undefeated team in the qualifying rounds. He started with the number 9 shirt, at minute 72, he generated a dangerous play and they committed a foul inside the area, for which the referee charged a penalty, Neymar finished off and scored. Gabriel scored his first goal for Brazil's senior team in the 87th minute, minutes later, he scored again and the match ended 3-0.

Gabriel Jesus was decisive for Brazil to win the South American Qualifiers for the World Cup in Russia. At the 2018 Soccer World Cup, he was Brazil's starting center-forward, but failed to score a goal, and his team was eliminated in the quarterfinals.

He was also called up for the 2019 Copa América by Tite, where his performance was brilliant, despite the fact that in the first matches he was absent from the starter. He had outstanding performances providing goal assists, overflow and goals that contributed to the green-amarela consecration as the combined champion of the contest.

He has managed to become the top scorer in the Tite era with 18 touchdowns.

Participations in World Cups

Tournament Venue Result Matches goals
World Cup 2018 RussiaFlag of Russia.svg Russia Quarter finals 5 0

Participations in Copa América

Tournament Venue Result Matches goals
Copa America 2019 BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil Champion 6 2

Match details

Statistics

Clubs

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Club Div. Season Liga State Cups
national
Tournaments
Total Goal Avg
Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals
Palmeiras
BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil
ª 1 2015 20 4 8 0 9 3 0 0 37 7 0,19
2016 27 12 12 5 2 0 5 4 46 21 0,46
total club 47 16 20 5 11 3 5 4 83 28 0,34
Manchester City
EnglandFlag of England.svg England
ª 1 2016-17 10 7 - - 1 0 - - 11 7 0,63
2017-18 29 13 - - 4 0 9 4 42 17 0,41
2018-19 29 7 - - 12 10 6 4 47 21 0,44
2019-20 34 14 - - 11 3 8 6 52 23 0,44
2020-21 22 8 - - 5 3 5 2 32 13 0,33
total club 124 49 - - 33 16 28 16 185 81 0,45
Total career 171 65 20 5 44 19 33 20 268 109 0,40
Including data from the Brazil Cup (2015, FA Cup (2016-17)

Including data from the Copa Libertadores (2016)

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Selections

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Selection Season Continental America Cup World Friendly Total
Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals Go. goals
Sub-20
BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil
2014/15 - - - - 6 1 4 1 10 2
Total Sel. - - - - 6 1 4 1 10 2
Sub-23
BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil
2015/16 - - - - - - 6 2 6 2
2016/17 - - - - 6 3 1 0 7 3
Total Sel. - - - - 6 3 7 2 13 5
Absoluta
BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil
2016 6 5 - - - - - - 6 5
2017 4 2 - - - - 3 1 7 3
2018 - - - - 5 0 7 3 12 3
2019 - - 6 2 - - 8 5 14 7
Total Sel. 10 7 6 2 5 0 18 9 39 18
Total career 10 7 6 2 17 4 29 12 62 25
Including data from the U-20 World Cup (2015) and the Olympic Games (2016)

Statistical summary

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Competition Matches goals
First Division 138 53
National cups 34 14
State cups 20 5
International cups 25 16
Adult selection 39 18
Total 256 106

History

National titles

Degree: Club Country Year
Brazil Cup SE Palmeiras BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil 2015
Brasileirão 2016
League Cup Manchester City FC EnglandFlag of England.svg England 2018
Premier League 2018
Community Shield 2018
League Cup 2019
Premier League 2019
FA Cup 2019
Community Shield 2019
League Cup 2020

International titles

Degree: Selection Venue Year
Gold medal olympic.svg Olympics Brazil U23 Flag of Brazil.svg Rio de Janeiro 2016
America Cup Brazil's selection BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil 2019

individual distinctions

Distinction Year
Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão (Revelation player of the Brazilian Championship) 2015
Troféu Mesa Redonda (Revelation player of the Brazilian Championship) 2015
Young promises from Brazil for Pasión Fútbol (position 2) 2016
Part of the 50 best under-18 footballers in the world according to Goal.com 2016
Part of the 50 best U-20 footballers in the world according to La Gazzetta 2016
MVP of the game River Plate vs Palmeiras in the Copa Libertadores 2016
Part of the 59 best under-21 footballers in the world (# 6) according to the FourFourTwo media 2016
Prize Craque do Championship (Best player of the Brazilian Championship) 2016
Part of the Seleção do Brasileirão 2016
Prata Ball 2016
Ouro Ball 2016
Part of the 100 best footballers in the world (# 64) according to The Guardian 2016
2nd Best Footballer of the year in South America 2016
Part of America's Dream Team 2016
MVP of the match West Ham vs Manchester City in the Premier League 2016
MVP of the match Manchester City - Swansea in the Premier League 2016

Outlinks

  • Gabriel Jesus' official profile in FIFA
  • Player file in Transfermark
  • Player profile in Soccerway
  • Gabriel Jesus on Twitter
  • Gabriel Jesus on Instagram