Gabriel Jesus BANNED from popular video game Counter-Strike for alleged cheating as Arsenal star pleads developers to look into his case on social media

The Brazilian has revealed himself to be a massive first-person shooter video game fan with an astronomical £30,000 ($38,000) in-game purchases. Jesus has even got a customised M4A1-S Hot Rod gun worth £630 ($800) with several fancy stickers on the barrel. However, Jesus' over-indulgence fetched him a heavy sanction from the developers as his account remains banned.

The ban reportedly occurred on Saturday, around the same time when Jesus was on the field helping Arsenal secure a 5-0 victory against Crystal Palace. He contributed by setting up Leandro Trossard for the Gunners' third goal while Gabriel Magalhaes, an own goal from Dean Henderson, and a late brace from Gabriel Martinelli sealed a thumping victory over Roy Hodgson's troops.


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