Pep Guardiola Insists He Needs Both Sergio Aguero And Gabriel Jesus
Feb 07 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Jesus played a starring role in the Citizens' 4-0 demolition of West Ham on Wednesday and many observers already see the Brazilian as the long-term answer for Pep Guardiola.
The Argentina worldwide has scored 11 goals in 14 Premier League starts this season but Gabriel Jesus' recent introduction into the City starting line-up has led to renewed speculation over his future.
Guardiola believes Clement has made a huge impact and says his own team will have to be at their best to break their visitors down. I'd like to think at the end I learned how to do it but at 19, he is doing stuff that I was doing in my prime, like 28, prime'.
"That could play into Leicester's hands but with their confidence shot to pieces and how they are playing, I can't see them getting anything".
"Manchester United have to win this game after their poor result against Hull and that's what I like about this game, if it's all square going into the last 20 minutes then United will have to go for it". "They're not going to lose four or five in the games they have left".
City's defence also looked much better in midweek but John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi will know they'll need to perform again this weekend.
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City enjoyed two victories over the Swans in the space of four days earlier in the season, securing a 2-1 EFL Cup victory in the third round before beating them 3-1 in the league.
City were the only team in the top six to win their mid-week fixture, which saw them move level on points with fourth-place Liverpool, 10 points below leaders Chelsea.
"That is the important target for the next round of games", he said. We have to perform. But we are not thinking about Chelsea - we are thinking about us.
Ian Wright has hailed Gabriel Jesus' performance at West Ham by claiming the young Manchester City striker is performing like the Arsenal legend did in his prime.
"The way we play, to build up from behind, we have a lot to improve". They are never going to get back to where they were last season, it's impossible.
Forward Jordan Ayew, signed from Aston Villa on Tuesday, has been delayed in joining up with his new team-mates by Ghana's run to the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals, but will arrive in south Wales next week.