Kevin De Bruyne makes incredible pass in a game against Wolves to be nominated as the best pass of the pre-season as he starts his season.
Manchester City are on their pre-season tour in Asia, to play the Premier league Asia trophy, as Pep Guardiola side along with Wolves and West Ham are touring China.
The English Champions are on a red hot form, as they have extended their exploits in this tournament too. Moreover, with a huge squad depth, the Spanish manager is getting hold of his regular starting lineup.
In this process, Kevin De Bruyne is making his return, as the Belgian International had to be in and out of the team due to fitness issues. He played just 32 matches in all competitions throughout a 2018-19 campaign peppered with niggling injuries throughout.
However, now the 27-year-old has solved his injury problems, and looking set to make phenomenal impact, as the Belgian International made a wonder pass in a match against Wolves.
Watch the pass
De Bruyne's passing is just ridiculous pic.twitter.com/91WcqOgBXb
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Hence, showcasing his quality with a spectacular return in the team. The Belgian International had a commanding control over the game in the first half.
Manchester City manager, Guardiola opined on De Bruyne’s performance against Wolves, as he said after the match.
“He was top,” the Spaniard said of De Bruyne’s performance against Wolves, per the official club website. “Unfortunately last season we miss him a lot. We did incredibly well without him but we are stronger with him.”
“Last season he had no holidays, this team he has had time to rest. Hopefully he can reach his level. He is very positive in his mind. He made an incredible first half, really good.”
“He’s a guy who likes to play football – a huge competitor. He never loses confidence in himself. For the physical condition and don’t get injured, that is the most important thing for him tonight. He is a player who is incredible.” he further said.
Although, in the end the English Champions lost to Wolves on penalties, as the score in the game remained at level, during the normal play.
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