Gabriel Martinelli

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Gabriel Martinelli
Martinelli in 2023
Personal information
Full name Gabriel Teodoro Martinelli Silva[1]
Date of birth (2001-06-18) 18 June 2001 (age 22)[2]
Place of birth Guarulhos, Brazil
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[3]
Position(s) Forward
Team information
Current team
Number 11
Youth career
2010–2014 Corinthians
2014–2018 Ituano
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2018–2019 Ituano 17 (6)
2019– Arsenal 98 (26)
International career
2019–2020 Brazil U23 7 (1)
2022– Brazil 7 (0)
Medal record
Men's football
Representing  Brazil
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 2020 Tokyo Team
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 21:10, 17 September 2023 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 4:55, 13 September 2023 (UTC)

Gabriel Teodoro Martinelli Silva (born 18 June 2001), known as Gabriel Martinelli, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Arsenal and the Brazil national team. He is known for his pace, directness, and quality in front of goal.[4][5]

Martinelli began his senior career playing for Ituano and signed for Arsenal in July 2019, aged 18. He won the FA Cup in his debut season.

Martinelli represented Brazil at the 2020 Summer Olympics, winning an Olympic Gold in men's football. He made his senior debut two years later and particpated at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Club career[edit]


Early Career[edit]

Born in Guarulhos, São Paulo, Martinelli started his career in 2010, playing for Corinthians' futsal team.[6] After making the breakthrough in football fields, he moved to Ituano in 2015, having subsequent trials at Manchester United and Barcelona.[7]

On 4 November 2017, Martinelli signed his first professional contract until October 2022.[8] He made his professional debut the following 17 March, coming on as a late substitute for goalscorer Claudinho in a 2–1 Campeonato Paulista away win against São Bento; at the age of 16 years and nine months, he became the youngest player to play for the club in the century.[9]

Martinelli scored his first senior goal on 8 September 2018, netting the second in a 4–1 win over Taboão da Serra, for the year's Copa Paulista.[10] Definitively promoted to the first team for the 2019 Campeonato Paulista, he scored six goals during the competition, being the club's top goalscorer as they reached the quarterfinals; highlights included a brace in a 3–0 away win against Bragantino on 15 March 2019.


Martinelli was reportedly subject to interest from a number of clubs but signed a long-term contract with Premier League club Arsenal on 2 July 2019, for a reported fee of £6 million (R$46.9 million).[11] Holding an Italian passport, Martinelli was not subject to the scrutinised criteria required for English clubs to sign South American players.[12] He travelled with the Arsenal first team to their pre-season tour in the United States.[13] He scored a goal on his non-competitive debut, in a 3–0 pre-season win against Colorado Rapids on 16 July.[14] Upon signing, Martinelli was originally set to play primarily with the under-21s in his first season, then slowly be integrated from the academy setup to the first-team. However, Martinelli's impressive pre-season and quality in training encouraged Arsenal that he would be ready for immediate first-team integration.[15]

2019–2020: Debut season and FA Cup win[edit]

Martinelli made his Premier League debut on 11 August 2019 in a 1–0 win against Newcastle United, coming on in the 84th minute as a substitute for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.[16] On 24 September, Martinelli scored a brace in his first competitive start for the club in a 5–0 victory over Championship side Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup. His performance received praise from head coach Unai Emery, who said: "He's hungry to have that opportunity to help us, he is very humble, he fights. I told him to have some patience for his opportunity to do like he was doing. He did that. He deserved it".[17]

Martinelli made his second start for Arsenal in a 4–0 home win over Standard Liège in the UEFA Europa League on 4 October, in which he scored another brace.[18] Martinelli kept up his goal scoring form, netting the equaliser in a 3–2 home win over Vitória Guimarães on 24 October, with another header.[19] In the League Cup fourth round on 30 October, Martinelli registered another brace in a 5–5 draw with Liverpool, and also scored his penalty in the penalty shootout, which Arsenal eventually lost.[20] As a result, he became the first player to score four times in his first four starts since Ian Wright.[21][22] Martinelli's performance received praise from Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp, who labelled him "[the] talent of the century".[23]

"He's an 18-year-old kid with all the enthusiasm. Brave [enough] to threaten the opponent every time. The way he went about every single action is impressive."

—Arsenal's head coach Mikel Arteta on Martinelli's performances.[24]

Martinelli's performances led to him being awarded the Arsenal 'Player of the Month' award for October, receiving 75% of the total votes cast, beating out Mattéo Guendouzi and Nicolas Pépé.[25] After the appointment of interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg, Martinelli started his first Premier League game, scoring Arsenal's equaliser in an eventual 1–3 win over West Ham United on 9 December. On 21 January 2020, Martinelli scored in a 2–2 away draw at Chelsea, making him the first teenager to reach double figures in a season for Arsenal since Nicolas Anelka.[26] The goal was later voted as Arsenal's Goal of the Season by the club's fans.[27] On 3 July, Martinelli signed a new four-year contract, with a team option for an extra year, until 2025.[28] Shortly after, Martinelli was ruled out until the end of 2020, undergoing surgery to repair a lesion in the cartilage of his knee following an injury in training on 21 June.[29]

2020–2021: Return to fitness and position change[edit]

Martinelli playing for Arsenal in 2020

Martinelli made his return on 19 December, coming off the bench to play 19 minutes in a 2–1 away defeat to Everton.[30] During the warmup against Newcastle United in the FA Cup on 9 January 2021, he sustained a minor ankle injury and was replaced in the line-up by Reiss Nelson.[31] Martinelli returned to playing in European competition on 18 February, making a 13 minute cameo appearance off the bench in a 1–1 draw against Benfica.[32] He scored his first goal of the season in a 3–0 away victory against Sheffield United on 11 April.[33] While previously playing in central positions akin to a classic number 9, under Mikel Arteta's tutelage, Martinelli was moulded to play more on the left-wing where he had more purchase to cut onto his strong right foot & utilise his rapid dribbling to unnerve defenders.[34][35]

20212022: Individual success[edit]

Martinelli missed pre-season after being selected on international duty in Brazil's winning Olympic Gold campaign. Martinelli scored his first goal (a volley with his second touch of the game) of the 2021–22 season against Newcastle United on 27 November.[36] This goal of his was eventually ranked 3rd in the official Goal of the Season poll held by the club at the end of the season.[37] On 18 December, he scored twice against Leeds United three days later, marking his first Premier League brace,[38] with his first goal marking Arsenal's 7,000th scored in top-division English football.[39][40] On 10 February 2022, Martinelli was sent off for two yellow cards in the space of four seconds against Wolves.[41] It was his first red card in his career. The red card gained some controversy as he was given two yellow cards in one passage of play, starting with pushing Daniel Podence after a throw in and then a foul against Nélson Semedo.[42]

Before the conclusion of the 20212022 season, Martinelli was handed the number 11 shirt pending the departure of Lucas Torreira to Galatasaray in the summer transfer window. [43] His former number 35 was later taken up by Oleksandr Zinchenko upon the latter's arrival.

2022–2023: Joint-top scorer, title challengers[edit]

Martinelli in July 2023

On 5 August 2022, Martinelli scored for Arsenal in their 2–0 away win at Crystal Palace, becoming the first Brazilian to net a season-opening goal of a Premier League campaign.[44][45][46] On 31 August, Martinelli scored a 77th minute winner in a home match against Aston Villa, which gave Arsenal five wins from their opening five matches of the season. [47] On 1 October, Martinelli provided an assist for Granit Xhaka in Arsenal's 3–1 victory over North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. [48] One week later on 9 October, he opened the scoring within 58 seconds in Arsenal's home match against Liverpool, which the Gunners would go on to win 3–2, and was awarded Man of the Match for his display. [49] On Boxing Day, Martinelli scored in Arsenal's first Premier League match since the conclusion of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a 3–1 win over West Ham. [50] On 3 February 2023, Martinelli signed a new long-term contract with the club, tying him down until 2027.[51][52] On 25 February, Martinelli scored the only goal of the game in an away win over Leicester City. [53] In Arsenal's next match against Everton on 1 March, Martinelli netted a brace as Arsenal ran out 4–0 winners and moved five points clear at the top of the Premier League table. [54] By the end of the season, Martinelli had scored 15 goals and provided 6 assists in all competitions, becoming the club's joint-top scorer for the season alongside Martin Ødegaard, and finished third in Arsenal's Player of the Season vote.[55] Martinelli also became the highest scoring Brazillian player in a single Premier League season, equalling Roberto Firmino's record for Liverpool in the 2017–18 season.[56]


On 12 August 2023, in Arsenal's first match of the 2023–24 Premier League season, Martinelli assisted Eddie Nketiah by pirouetting past Serge Aurier & Danilo Oliveira in a 2–1 home victory over Nottingham Forest.[57] On 3 September, Martinelli provided the assist for Martin Ødegaard's equaliser against Manchester United, just 35 seconds after going 1–0 down. Arsenal would later seal a 3–1 victory. [58]

International career[edit]

Martinelli was born in Brazil, and is of Italian descent through his father;[59] he holds dual Brazilian-Italian citizenship.[12] On 20 May 2019, Martinelli was called up by Brazil national team manager Tite to complete preparatory training for the 2019 Copa América.[60] In November 2019, Martinelli appeared for Brazil's under-23 side at the United International Football Festival in Spain.[61]

On 2 July 2021, Martinelli was named in the Brazil squad for the 2020 Summer Olympics.[62] On 3 August, Martinelli scored Brazil's second penalty to help defeat Mexico in the Olympic semi-final, before becoming a gold medallist after Brazil defeated Spain in the final four days later.[63]

He was named in the 25-man senior Brazil squad on 11 March 2022 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Chile and Bolivia.[64][65] Martinelli made his international debut when he came off the bench for Vinícius Júnior to play the last 14 minutes of Brazil's 4−0 win over Chile at the Maracana Stadium.[66][67]

On 7 November 2022, Martinelli was named in the squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup,[68] making his World Cup debut coming on as a substitute for Raphinha in the 87th minute of Brazil's opening 2-0 victory against Serbia.[69] Martinelli would be an unused substitute in Brazil's 1-0 victory over Switzerland,[70] and would play the full match in Brazil's 0-1 defeat to Cameroon.[71] Martinelli was involved in Brazil's 4-1 victory over South Korea in the round of 16, coming on as a substitute for Vinícius Júnior in the 72nd minute,[72] and was an unused substitute in Brazil's quarter-final match against Croatia, which Brazil would lose 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.[73]

Style of play[edit]

A dynamic and explosive wide forward known for his agile movement, Martinelli can dribble past multiple opponents to create or score goals.[74][75][76] Martinelli models himself on Cristiano Ronaldo, considered a natural template for any goalscoring wide forward.[77]

Career statistics[edit]


As of match played 17 September 2023
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League State league[a] National cup[b] League cup[c] Continental Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Ituano 2018[78] 3 0 17[d] 4 20 4
2019[78] Série D 0 0 14 6 14 6
Total 0 0 17 6 17 4 34 10
Arsenal 2019–20[79] Premier League 14 3 3 0 2 4 7[e] 3 26 10
2020–21[80] Premier League 14 2 1 0 1 0 6[e] 0 0 0 22 2
2021–22[81] Premier League 29 6 1 0 6 0 36 6
2022–23[82] Premier League 36 15 2 0 1 0 7[e] 0 46 15
2023–24[83] Premier League 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1[f] 0 6 0
Total 98 26 7 0 10 4 20 3 1 0 136 33
Arsenal U21 2020–21[80] 1[g] 0 1 0
Career total 98 26 17 6 7 0 10 4 20 3 19 4 171 43
  1. ^ Includes Campeonato Paulista
  2. ^ Includes FA Cup
  3. ^ Includes EFL Cup
  4. ^ Appearances in Copa Paulista
  5. ^ a b c Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  6. ^ Appearance in FA Community Shield
  7. ^ Appearance in EFL Trophy


As of match played 12 September 2023[84]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Brazil 2022 6 0
2023 1 0
Total 7 0



Brazil U23



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