The English go wild after De Bruyne’s piece of art

The English go wild after De Bruyne’s piece of art
The English go wild after De Bruyne’s piece of art

Manchester City dropped points for the second time this season in the Premier League on Saturday evening. The English defending champion did not get further than a 1-1 draw on the Aston Villa field. However, it was Kevin De Bruyne who took care of the highlight of the match.

City was largely in charge of the game and could have always won with a little more precision in the finish. But in the end, the reigning champion was allowed to speak of a successful goal that a goal was rejected and it got stuck on just one goal. For example, Erling Haaland signed for his tenth goal in six Premier League matches. But especially De Bruyne’s unparalleled assist on the Norwegian goal machine was of an exceptional level.

In England the reactions were therefore lyrical after the feat of the Red Devil. “It was all about the man for the goal, Kevin De Bruyne,” said co-commentator/analyst Jamie Carragher at Sky Sports. “I already said in the first half that he produced a world-class assist. But it’s not world class, it’s just the best in the world. He proves that again now. He doesn’t even look up, but knows where Haaland is walking.”

The other media also praised KDB, who is at the top of the assist standings in the Premier League with 4 assists in 6 competition matches. “He delivered an inspiring cross to give City the lead and also hit the bar. He kept on creating until the end,” writes the letter. Manchester Evening News. “Creating chances was incredibly high, as always with him,” explains 90Mins his rating of 9 out of 10. “An incredible performance by the Belgian. It also deserved more than one point and he was rightly voted ‘Man of the Match'”, concludes Sports Illustrated.

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