Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus was lethal upfront for Manchester City last season and hopes it can still flourish.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City clinched the English Premier League trophy on emphatic fashion as they finished the season 19 points ahead of the second-placed Manchester United. The Cityzens, right from the start of the season, delivered commanding displays and outperformed every opponent.
Argentine attacker Sergio Aguero and Brazil attacker Gabriel Jesus was lethal upfront for Manchester City as they thrashed opponents’ defenders. The duo delivered desired results for Pep Guardiola’s side and helped them win the coveted English Premier League title.
Gabriel Jesus, the 21-year-old forward who can play on a multitude of positions, scored 17 goals for Manchester City from 42 appearances, believes that his partnership with Gabriel Jesus can still flourish. The versatile attacker told Manchester City’s official website, “We can indeed play together. Sergio and I have the spirit of scoring goals and always try to finish well. I’ve started this season with the aim to get better with my finishes, to keep helping the team. I think there was only one match [last season] where we didn’t do well. But usually when we both play together we do a great job.”
— Premier League (@premierleague) August 19, 2018
Manchester City trounced Huddersfield 6-1 in their recent Premier League fixture. Both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus registered their name in the scoresheet as the Argentine scored a hat-trick while Jesus bagged one goal. Manchester City and Pep Guardiola will be hoping Jesus and Aguero continue their stellar form in the coming games as The Sky Blues aim to retain the English Premier League trophy this season. Manchester City will next face Newcastle in their next game on Saturday as they look to continue their winning form.
The duo of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus worked well for Manchester City last season. Jesus who played all 5 games for Brazil in the FIFA World Cup 2018is just 21. He still has more than a decade left in his prime footballing career. There is no denying that Jesus will improve with time and can establish as one of the best forwards.