Kevin De Bruyne goal Vs Arsenal: Manchester City star score stunner within the first two minutes of the game to make his side take a lead.
Manchester City had a thumping start against Arsenal in the 17th game-week of the Premier League. It did not take them even 2 minutes to make the Gunners concede.
It was in the second minute of the game, when Ferdandinho, who was deputed at the defence made a long dribble to find Gabriel Jesus, in return the Brazilian striker, gave a grounded cross only to find Kevin De Bruyne.
The Belgian International did not think and made a thunderous shot at the goal which ended up bringing Manchester City in lead. Although it was a poor piece of defending by Arsenal, at the same time a great set of attack by the visitors.
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Meanwhile, Manchester City did not take enough time to double their lead as De Bruyne once again got involved and gave the assist to the second goal which was scored by Raheem Sterling.
With this, Arsenal looks far away from winning this game, until they give exceptional performance in the rest of the game. Meanwhile, Manchester City was deemed to challenge for the title.
Later, De Bruyne once again scored a sensational goal to make it 3-0 just before the half time, it was a long ranger goal with so much power that Bernd Leno could not do anything to prevent it going inside.
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But now their chances now seem minimal as Liverpool’s dominance is not ending, on the other hand, Pep Guardiola’s team has dropped several points in the process.
Even if they win this game, Manchester City will still remain 14 points behind the Reds, who are steadily cruising towards their title win under Jurgen Klopp.