Hes better than me - Gabriel Jesus makes Kevin De Bruyne joke
Sunday, April 24, 2022
Kevin De Bruyne Makes a Joke About Signing For Newcastle United
When you hear Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne make a joke about signing for Newcastle United‚ you are probably expecting it to be about his new contract. But after the goal Gabriel Jesus scored‚ he's not so sure. He says he's better than me and implies that Mahrez should have chipped the keeper. Pep Guardiola also has a funny comment for the player who helped his team to a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid.
Kevin De Bruyne jokes he is signing for Newcastle United
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has reportedly told the media that he is considering a move away from the Etihad Stadium. The Belgium international has been linked with a move to Newcastle after scoring the opening goal in Manchester City's 2-1 victory over Newcastle. The Belgian has a contract until 2023 with City but has hinted that he could leave the club if they don't qualify for the Champions League. Manchester City and Newcastle United are said to be keen on bringing De Bruyne to the club. The Belgium international is a former Newcastle player. Newcastle boss Steve Bruce joked that he is considering moving to Newcastle after he had been linked with a move to City. It was a cynical joke as City manager Steve Bruce had just led them to a 2-0 win over Newcastle. Despite his age‚ Kevin De Bruyne has played well for Manchester United. He has scored 12 goals and provided 19 assists so far this season. After an injury-plagued season at Chelsea‚ the Belgian is proving to be one of the Premier League's best players and is a big part of the team's success. The Dutch winger was expected to start in the derby match despite the fact he's a few years older than his Newcastle team-mates.
Gabriel Jesus says he is better than Kevin De Bruyne
Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus scored four goals against Watford on Saturday. The Brazilian also provided an assist. Jesus opened the scoring in the first half‚ tucking in a cross from Oleksandr Zinchenko. And he added another one in the second half after heading in a Kevin de Bruyne cross. But despite his four goals‚ De Bruyne remains the better player for the Citizens. City fans have been chanting Kevin De Bruyne's name throughout the second half. De Bruyne is the best midfielder in the Premier League and has been a vital part of Pep Guardiola's side for several years. He has seven goals and 15 assists in 21 games for the Citizens. But it's Jesus who benefits most from Kevin De Bruyne's brilliance. In the second half‚ Gabriel Jesus scores a brace‚ despite being much younger than his teammate. Although Gabriel Jesus has rarely been named in Pep Guardiola's team-sheet‚ he is regarded as a willing workhorse. The Brazilian has never been able to score as many goals as Sergio Aguero and has failed to win the Premier League or the Champions League. However‚ his four-goal salvo has put City four points clear of Liverpool‚ and it's very unlikely he will start against Real Madrid.
Gabriel Jesus' goal restores City's two-goal cushion
Manchester City regained a two-goal cushion in the second half against Everton. Gabriel Jesus intercepted a Tom Cleverley pass by the corner flag and picked out Rodri on the edge of the penalty area. Jesus' half-volley arced high into the top left-hand corner‚ escaping the reach of Ben Foster. The goal restored City's two-goal cushion after a frantic second half. Gabriel Jesus' goal restored City's two-goal cushion and increased his Premier League tally to eight this season. The Argentine had been linked with a move away from the Etihad and was one of the few players to start against Real Madrid. However‚ his start was crucial as he headed home Kevin De Bruyne's inexplicable cross in the first half. Although Watford had briefly thrown the game into the final third‚ Rodri's volley restored City's two-goal cushion. City have a number of options up front. Gabriel Jesus is expected to be the odd man out if new signing Erling Haaland joins the club this summer. But his goal against Watford restored City's two-goal cushion in the Premier League‚ and he has now switched to the right wing. Gabriel Jesus' goal was a fine example of the type of a player who can contribute without being a star.
Pep Guardiola jokes about his role in Manchester City's 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid
After watching Manchester City's 1-0 win over Atlético Madrid on Wednesday night‚ Pep Guardiola was a little more reserved when addressing the media following the game. He made some comments about Diego Simeone's defensive tactics and then proceeded to joke about De Bruyne's contribution to the team's win. Guardiola's approach to the press has served to defuse tensions and transmit a sense of calm to his squad. Guardiola praised the performance of both players but said that De Bruyne was particularly important as he helped break down the red wall and create the winner. Then‚ he joked about Kevin De Bruyne's role in the first leg of the Champions League tie. The talisman came on for Phil Foden just a minute before the game and he played a pivotal role in City's 1-0 victory over Atletico Madrid. The second half was pepped up by the role of the ball boys for Manchester City. The ball boys were taken from the under-12 and under-14 academy sides. Pep Guardiola met with the academy staff beforehand and discussed a strategy for the youngsters. He knew exactly how Diego Simeone's team would play and instructed them to supply the ball when it went out of play.
Mane finds Salah with a lovely ball
Sadio Mane found the Egyptian with a delightful ball after a long run. The Liverpool winger is proving to be in superb form‚ as he created three chances within half an hour. His precise passing and decision-making ensured that he always picked the right option. Salah‚ meanwhile‚ is having a fine game and looks dangerous when he is on target. But Liverpool need a goal from Mane‚ who is averaging two goals a game. The Egyptian has been accused of being greedy in recent seasons‚ but this is not the case anymore. Mane found Salah with a gorgeous ball‚ and the Egyptian made no mistake with it. The striker was angry with the man who did not pass to him in the box. But Mane defended the Egyptian and showed that he's still a close friend. Mane found Salah with a lovely ball‚ and they both scored. A few years ago‚ Mane found Salah with a lovely ball. He then watched Salah take hundreds of penalty kicks for Liverpool. Apparently‚ Salah had watched Mane take penalty kicks at Liverpool‚ and knew he could beat the goalkeeper. But Mane repaid his friend with a goal of his own. However‚ the two players couldn't celebrate their triumph‚ as they couldn't share the joy at winning their first ever African Cup of Nations.
Mane scores from six-yards
Kevin De Bruyne is unstoppable. The Manchester City captain is utterly unstoppable on the pitch and he continues to amaze. Here he threads a pass through five Stoke defenders‚ including David Silva and Gabriel Jesus. In the process‚ he takes five of them out of the game. It's ridiculous‚ and Kevin De Bruyne should take a lot of credit for it. Manchester City are still in the race for the title and are in the Champions League semi-final. The Belgian forward has been hailed as 'the perfect striker of the modern era'. His goals have helped Manchester City move four points clear at the top of the table. However‚ it is worth noting that City can still miss a killer from six yards. After a goalless first half‚ the hosts scored twice in ten minutes. In the second half‚ a 25-yard curling effort from Philippe Coutinho set up Sadio Mane's second. However‚ the Reds suffered a serious blow to their attacking line. John Stones is out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.
Liverpool's performance in the first
In the Champions League quarter-final‚ Liverpool were outclassed by Real Madrid and will face a huge uphill battle to recover from their defeat. They've had a disappointing season and many will assume the worst following their 2-2 draw. But there are some positive signs. Here's how the Reds performed during the first leg. Let's start with the goal conceded by Tottenham's Emerson Royal. The first leg was a tough 0-0 draw‚ but Liverpool's performance was still impressive‚ with Salah's late strike causing controversy. The Reds were very dangerous early in the game‚ and Mohamed Salah had a chance to open the scoring. However‚ the Egyptian striker missed a penalty early in the match‚ and Sadio Mane put him through‚ but he couldn't convert the chance. The first goal came in the 17th minute‚ when Ibrahima Konate headed home Andy Robertson's outswinging corner. In the 2009 Champions League final‚ Liverpool beat Chelsea 3-1 in the first leg. They'd fallen behind Chelsea in the first leg‚ but scored the winner in the shootout. That match also gave Gerrard the chance to make history‚ as it was the first time he'd scored in the Champions League. And now‚ Liverpool will face Chelsea in the last four. This European night was a dream come true for the club.