Published: Thu, April 13, 2017
Sport | By Ellis Neal

Hard-working Fabian Delph promises nothing but 100 per cent for Manchester City

Hard-working Fabian Delph promises nothing but 100 per cent for Manchester City

The 64th minute saw Fabian Delph effectively kill the game with City's third goal, and he also won man of the match.

It looks like the Sky Blues are on course to secure a place in the Champions League next season, however, they can not afford any more slip-ups.

"I recall when I used to be at Barcelona and the first or second year I was there, Unai Emery was there and following the match he said, 'David Silva is the player for you personally, for Barcelona".

One place and two points ahead of the dropzone isn't ideal, but it's something so it's now all eyes to Stoke City next weekend. Just one genuine world class player can make all the difference. "He is happy, I promise you", he said. "Now we will have a couple of days to rest our legs and we will look to the next game".

Gabriel Jesus made a spectacular impact in his short period on the team, sending Sergio Agüero to the bench and scoring three goals in just five appearances.

And since joining Manchester City in 2010 he has managed to exert the kind of influence that so many foreign players struggle to live up to after earning a big billing in their native countries. "But he has adapted his game to English football and he deserves big congratulations for what he has achieved here. Now comes good games to change the situation away as well".

That has today been echoed by a report from Goal, who report that Sánchez wants to move to Manchester City in the summer, despite interest from Chelsea, Manchester United and PSG.

The Chile worldwide was recalled in goal for his first Premier League appearance since January 21, but all he had to do in the first half was punch away one cross from Kamil Grosicki.

Heading to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday for the game against Pep Guardiola's side, Hull came out with a three one defeat and Andrea Ranocchia's late strike was nothing more than a consolation. We didn't have good performance this afternoon, of course we conceded the first goal really unlucky goal.

Bayern Munich's Jérôme Boateng believes critics of Pep Guardiola should wait until next season before judging the Spaniard's impact at Manchester City, allowing him time to implement his methods and transform his squad.

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