ARSENAL fans have spotted Jorginho on the touchline against Bournemouth doing something supporters “didn’t see” at Chelsea.
The Italian was an unused sub on Saturday as the Gunners pulled off another dramatic win.
With late victories against Manchester United and Aston Villa still fresh in the memory, Reiss Nelson topped both moments with a stunning last minute winner.
This is despite Arsenal conceding the second fastest goal in Premier League history.
Although Jorginho didn’t manage to make it onto the pitch, the midfielder did still made his presence felt.
Footage has emerged of the 31-year-old attempting to orchestrate his teammates from the touchline.
Wearing a bright yellow sub bib, Jorginho appeared to have little interest in warming up and instead was trying to help out however he could during the frantic match.
The passionate star can be seen shouting and pointing and desperately appealing for decisions to go Arsenal’s way, channelling his manager.
With the London side spending almost the entire game chasing goals, Mikel Arteta opted for more attacking changes and left his new January signing on out of the game.
But fans were still loving Jorginho’s intense attempts to get involved.
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One on Twitter said: “First time back at the Emirates this season and noticed Jorginho giving out alot of instructions and getting involved in every moment.
“What a signing – didn’t see him doing this at Chelsea.”
Another said: “Got his passion back. I kid you not, he never tried this at Chelsea.”
And another supporter added: “There you go. He wasn’t just signed for his quality on the pitch. It’s his qualities off as well.”
After five years at Stamford Bridge, there was a mixed reaction when Jorginho made a switch to London rivals Arsenal.
But he began to win doubters over with his crucial late effort on Emi Martinez’s goal at Villa last month.