The 5 keys to champion Manchester City


The 5 keys to champion Manchester City

Manchester City have done it again. For the fourth time in a row, a victory that no team has achieved so far in England, sixth in the last seven editions and tenth in its entire history, the Manchester club was declared champion after denying in its favor the exciting which it has recently maintained. month with Arsenal to win the Premier League.

Pep Guardiola He arrived at City in 2016 and, in his eight seasons on the Etihad bench, has been eluded by the Premier League just twice. These are the main keys to another victory, to which the FA Cup can be added on May 25 if they beat eternal rivals, Manchester United, in the final at Wembley.


Erling Haaland

Decide again on his goals

The Norwegian striker fell short of the stratospheric records of his first season at City, when he scored 36 Premier goals. This season he missed seven league games due to ankle problems, foot stress and muscle problems but he finished the English championship on a high. with 9 goals in the last 7 days for a total of 27.

Kevin de Bruyne celebrates the goal that put City ahead, the Belgian's first header in the Premier League


Kevin de Bruyne

10 assists for sixth season

The talented Belgian player was out for four-and-a-half months after undergoing surgery in August for a major hamstring injury, but since re-emerging in January he has dished out ten assists, just one, including to Cesc Fàbregas, who provided at least a dozen assists in six different editions of the Premier League.



Phil Foden

The emergence of youth football players

At 23 years old, the young player who emerged from the Manchester City youth academy has made a great leap in quality this season to the point of becoming an undisputed player for Pep Guardiola who lined him up both in his natural position on the left of attack and in the middle when his teammates stopped, like Kevin de Bruyne, This is what they need. His 19 goals, a personal best, and 8 assists were key to winning the title and earning him the title of best player in the Premier League.

Pep Guardiola hugs Stefan Ortega at the end of the match against Tottenham EFE/EPA/NEIL HALL


Stephen Ortega

A more important substitute than ever

Signed in 2022 from Arminia Bielefeld at zero cost, the German goalkeeper with a Spanish father stopped short of being a starter in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup this season. Pep Guardiola had to resort to him for as many as nine games due to various physical failures of Ederson Moraes and his saves were key to winning the Premier, especially last Tuesday against Heung-min’s son which prevented Tottenham from tying (0-2).

Rodri and Manchester City, champions of the last edition of the Champions League



The undefeated player

Rodrigo Hernández has once again become a key and irreplaceable player for Guardiola. The Madrid midfielder has gone 74 games in all competitions without defeat with City, surpassing the previous record of a player enrolled in an English team held by the Portuguese defender. Ricardo Carvalho with 58. Their last defeat was on February 5, 2023 against Tottenham in the Premier (1-0). Now he put the icing on the cake with the third goal against West Ham. Another major goal, as in the 2022-2023 Champions League final against Inter (1-0).

Source: La Verdad


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