On this Sunday’s British Premier League match between Arsenal vs Manchester City. Kevin de Bruyne perfoms his masterclass pefomance and make glimmer that manchester city can get back into tittle battle and scale back Liverpool 14 Points lead and Leciester City’s 4 point advantage over them as De Bruyne Smash Arsenal who were booed off at half-time and met with apathy at the end of the game.
Where the Kevin De Bruyne played passes for British Mid-Fileder Raheem Sterling to make possible 2-0, the belgian had enough time to crushion the ball into his own path despite 3 Arsenal Players giving Chase. So little challenge to him. The apparent Contradiction in logic was one big reason for the big difference on scoreline 3-0.At the entire match Arsenal Players Chasing De Bruyne in such useless fashion. De Bruyne used the immense gap between his side and Arsenal to really elevate this evening, and put in one of the Premier League’s great individual displays by his side.
The German’s on-pitch performance was anywhere as strong as that, mind, and he was eventually invade to a combination of applause and boos. Mesut Ozil then kicked his gloves away in frustration, but it wasn’t the only time on the day he had expressed such sentiment.
Ozil was vocally Repraminding teammates Just after the second goal. Shortly after the third, however, he was one of many Arsenal players seemingly just jogging around in response to City’s normal passes in the opposition half.
The De Bruyne could have had a first-half hat-trick and was only denied a third goal by Bernd Leno who superbly tipped his curling shot onto the inside of the Goal Post.
Just After 90 seconds Gabriel Jesus ran onto to Fernandinho’s pass with Calum Chambers slow to react. The cut-back fell to De Bruyne whose first-time shot flew high into the net although that description does not do justice with the midfielder’s technique as he ran onto the ball without breaking stride to side-foot home. Even though he would have had no chance it was not a great look for Kolasinac on the goal line who ducked.
It was worse for the Gunners Arsenal with Manchestr City’s second goal as Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang lost the ball after a bad pass from Nicolas Pepe and Matteo Guendouzi was bypassed as City broke forward with a amazing chain of passes involving Phil Foden – on his first Premier League start of the season and Rodri with Jesus eventually sending De Bruyne running into the area. Chambers again erred as he stood off and Kevin De Bruyne pulled the ball back with Kolasinac failing to react but Sterling tapped in.
second goal as Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang lost the ball after a bad pass from Nicolas Pepe and Matteo Guendouzi was bypassed as City broke forward with a amazing chain of passes involving Phil Foden – on his first Premier League start of the season and Rodri with Jesus eventually sending De Bruyne running into the area. Chambers again erred as he stood off and Kevin De Bruyne pulled the ball back with Kolasinac failing to react but Sterling tapped in.
Saka waiting to come on Foden dribbled infield to find De Bruyne who easily evaded Guendouzi, who struggled and should also have been booked for a glaring dive in search of a penalty, before striding forward and bending his shot around Chambers and low into the goal net.
In the second half De Bruyne played a wonderfully aware pass through Guendouzi’s legs from the touchline to pick out Sterling with eventually Jesus blazing over. By contrast Ozil simply lost concentration and allowed the ball to run under his foot and out of play when he gained possession also by the touchline.
Soon after Ozil went off while City should have added to their lead when yet another mistake allowed Jesus a run at goal only for Leno to rush out and block his shot with Sterling’s eventual follow-up also redirected away, by Chambers. Substitute Riyad Mahrez and Sterling also get a chance t0 went close.
Before 80 minutes the stadium began to empty. The game was over at the end of half-time and Gunners had no response while Ljungberg also kept Alexandre Lacazette on the bench and the forward did not look impressed by that. It appeared that Ljungberg had settled which was another damning indictment of where Arsenal are at right now. City were so in control, keeping possession, led by De Bruyne, that it was simply embarrassing.
Arsenal were the perfect opposition for City to fix some of their own problems and at the same time, there’s barely anyone to compete with De Bruyne. He produced quite the picture, time and again.