Manchester City biggest defeat against Everton in Premier League raises doubts about Pep Guardiola side title challenge, but they recovered well after the collapse. They are unbeaten in their last four matches and have earned three back to back win. The credit must go to the new arrival Brazilian kid Gabriel Jesus who has revamped Manchester City side with his presence upfront. Gabriel Jesus fires double as revamped Man City side beats Swansea 2-1 to find their place in top four.
Liverpool loses their Champions League position with their another setback against Hull City, and City capitalizes against bottom side Swansea. Jesus has given new energy to the side and City has been able to find the firing boots in Brazilian teenager star. Sergio Aguero form is a concern for the Guardiola, but Jesus has joined the noisy neighbors of Manchester at the right time.
Gabriel Jesus injury time strike helped City to grab third spot
Man City is enjoying the best Premier League football after long time. After first 10 match unbeaten run, they had a shaky form and now they have returned to winning ways, thanks to arrival of in-form Gabriel Jesus. The pace Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus generate is incredible and it has really helped City to get back on winning ways. Jesus particularly has been the main man for City, and he is particularly the one is scoring regularly. He impressed during his first appearance and become quite regular from the first day, but it’s his injury time winner against Swansea is going to be the one which will be remembered for the long time.
He gave City lead early in 11th minute, but City sloppy defence once again came into display and Gylfi Sigurdsson fired a leveler late into the game for Swansea in 81st minute. But thanks to Jesus, City finds an injury time winner to find their place in top four forcing Liverpool to drop out of top four. Arsenal two back to back defeat against Watford & Chelsea, also forced them to lose their second position as they dropped to fourth. City is now enjoying their place at third spot with 49 points, only a point behind second placed Tottenham Hotspur.