Football News: the Brazilian superstar of Manchester City Gabrial Jesus wants his teammates to channelize their anger in the Red’s direction when both the teams will meet at Champions league on this Tuesday. Jesus wants his team mate to be more competitive against Liverpool on Tuesday.
This season Manchester City played some magical football under Pep Guardiola but the two defeats in the recent weeks against Liverpool and Manchester United take a little shine off an excellent campaign.
In their last two matches first they were bulldozed by Liverpool in the Champions league 1st leg by 3-0 goals, and in the recent past on Manchester Derby after the end of first half they were leading by 2-0 goals but in the second half they conceded three and lost the match.
About two matches Jesus said: "We are sad and annoyed, of course, because we have had two tough defeats in the two most important games of the season,"
"Obviously, we are bothered by the last two games. But we can't make a big deal of this and forget all the great things we have done until now.
"We need to learn from this and turn the page quickly to focus on Tuesday and the rest of the league."
City needs to score attest three goals against Liverpool to force an extra time and if Liverpool manage to score one single goal against then they need to score five against them. Now Sergio Aguero is back in business and Jesus’s expertise will required in front as he does not want his team mate to get menace by the uphill task.
Jesus stated: “Against Liverpool, it only depends on us,"
"We need to start thinking about winning, not about the third goal or the fourth, but about scoring the first one – what we didn't get last Wednesday.
"From the beginning until the end, we must think about scoring and play our football.
"If now we are in a situation where we have a chance to go through to the semi-finals of the Champions League and to win the Premier League trophy is because we did a lot to deserve it.
"We have been playing really well, we did great games against great teams. We mustn't forget everything we did."