Gabriel during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Liverpool at Emirates Stadium, London, October 2022.

Watch: New angle shows full glory of filthy dummy from Arsenal’s Gabriel

Arsenal maintained their position at the top of the Premier League with a 3-2 victory over Liverpool on Sunday and Gabriel captured the jubilant mood with a filthy dummy – that we’ve come to appreciate even more from a new and improved angle.

Gabriel has formed one half of Arsenal’s centre-back pairing this season, alongside breakout star William Saliba, and has impressed many Gunners supporters with his commitment to the cause.

But, according to Jamie O’Hara, referee Michael Oliver ignored a “stonewall” decision, while he also warned that Gabriel is a weak point for the Gunners.

“I do still think you can get at them at the back,” O’Hara told talkSPORT on Monday. “Gabriel, for me, he’s clumsy, he’s got mistakes in him. Liverpool should’ve had a stonewall penalty where it hit his arm.”

And his performance was overshadowed by a row with Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson at full-time.

Both the Brazilian and Jordan Henderson were spoken to on the pitch by referee Michael Oliver after an angry exchange following the decision to award Arsenal a spot-kick in the 76th minute, with team-mates forced to intervene to drag them apart.

The matter is now in the hands of the FA but Arsenal fans should really be focusing on Gabriel’s glorious dummy during Sunday’s win.

With half-time approaching, and the scores level at 1-1, Gabriel Martinelli left Trent Alexander-Arnold eating dust with the silkiest of turns and acceleration away.

Martinelli’s cross was converted by Bukayo Saka to lift the roof of the Emirates but we can now fully appreciate Gabriel’s role in the goal.

As Martinelli arrowed his cross into the penalty area, the centre-back expertly let the ball slip between his legs and made a complete fool of Thiago Alcantara in the process.

Arsenal will aim to continue their imperious start to the league season when they travel to Leeds United on Sunday.

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