I got Gabriel Jesus from a starter pack and I hesitated to sell him, but luckily I didn't. The first few minutes didn't go very well, but then he suddenly scored every ball he got. His statistics are now 16 goals in 8 matches (SBC on world class and FUT Division Rivals).
- I play in a 4-4-2 formation and I can just give a long pass to him and he'll outrun the defenders.
- Although he only has 3 star weak foot, he still shoots very well with his left leg.
- High/High workrate is also very nice, because his 83 stamina can handle the amounts of runs he does in one match.
- He's only 175 cm and doesn't head the ball too well.
- Not so strong.
- A bit pricey.
Positional wise Gabriel Jesus is absolutely fantastic, He always seems to be in the right place at the right time and I honestly don't feel the fact he has H/H workrates affects his card whatsoever.
Inside the box Gabriel Jesus is absolutely clinical. 84 Finishing is great for this stage of the game. And after I applied a Hawk chemistry style this was boosted even further to 89 and even more importantly boosts his Shot Power from 78 to 88 which makes it exponentially better.
Pace wise at 85 Gabriel Jesus is extremely fast and he feels even quicker due to his build and the fact he's only 5'9. I also like the fact that his acceleration and sprint speed is reasonably balanced rather than weighted 1 way or the other
Passing wise is more than reasonable for a striker and he's definitely got enough passing to play in both 1 striker and 2 striker formations and easily be able to play 1-2s with his strike partner.
Physicality wise Gabriel Jesus is quite mediocre although his 83 stamina is quite nice and you won't have to prioritise obtaining a substitute for him.
Dribbling is by far Gabriel Jesus's strong point and he doesn't have a single bad attribute in his entire dribbling section. 90 agility and 90 balance means he just glides across the pitch evading challenges with absolute ease and his dribbling and ball control means he's extremely good at taking men on and beating them. His 4* skill moves helps this even further.
However his 3* weakfoot means his left foot is far from being ideal so you would want to prioritise getting the ball onto his right foot as much as possible.