Man City boss Guardiola: De Bruyne was incredible

Heather Diaz
January 8, 2019

"Last season he played incredible minutes but hopefully in the second leg of the season he will help us because we need him".

"He played an incredible game, created a lot of chances and has the vision to see what other people can not see".

De Bruyne was a key player in the side that won the title last term, but injuries have restricted him to six league appearances resulting in City being nine points worse off than they were at the same stage last season.

"I didn't invite the player to the game", Warne said. "Maybe one day I'll face him in the Champions League".

Three minutes to the interval, City made it two after Phil Foden managed to get enough possession following deceiving instincts to steer well underneath Marek Rodak in the opposing goal.

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"It's another 90 minutes for his experience and his self-confidence".

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"The plan was to finish it first time but I was a little bit off balance so I tried to take a touch. Luckily it went in", he said. "It summed it up when I told my right-back (Zac Vyner) to smile when (Raheem) Sterling came off and (Leroy) Sane came on".

"My mum and Dad came and I was happy for them to see my first goal".

"Can I ask my lads to give me much more? I'm getting a lot of games and enjoying it a lot".

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