Gabriel Jesus - 2017/18 performances

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  1. ADegenerate

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    Can you press too hard? Be interesting to see if his work rate is adapted.
     
  2. Neville Kneville

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    I think he just gets kicked & has been unlucky.
     
  3. testies

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    You can read my post history saying Jesus strongest aspect is him running at direct balls from CBs. City don't do it a lot because its a 50/50 ball, and we may lose posession, so people have to understand that. Right after i said that 2 months ago, he scored at least 4 goals in this style. We also need to adapt to our players.
     
  4. City_Sean

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    His touch and finish was absolutely world class. What a goal.
     
  5. Sir Joe Aguero

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    20 in 39 league games for us. By comparison, the almighty Rashford has 17 in 78.
     
  6. Mike N

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    Very true. Hopefully that will boost his confidence going into the World Cup.
     
  7. jaigurugoat

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    You wouldn't want anyone else at the club on the end of that ball over the top yesterday (including Kun). It will go down in City folklore.
     
  8. City_Sean

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    It was also Sergio-esq. The pace, the touch the finish. Incredible.
     
  9. Otamendi's Beard

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    A player of the highest potential and I'll think he'll be a real stand out next season (barring any World Cup hangover/injury).

    The touch and finish yesterday were just sublime.
     
  10. pride in battle

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    So happy for him, works so hard for the team and he had ice in his veins
     
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