‘De Bruyne’ believes ‘Boat’ has no pressure despite ‘Hwan’ following them

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Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has revealed to fans that There is no pressure to win the Premier League. Even competitors such as Liverpool are relentlessly chasing the pendant. Plus sometimes overtakes the lead Believe that you will be able to beat the opponents you meet in each match.

Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City has expressed confidence that His team didn’t feel the pressure. From rivals who compete for the championship, Liverpool will chase after only 1 point because they are confident that they will beat their opponents. Like the game that beat Brighton 3-0 on Wednesday 20 April, which will have to wait until the second half to get the goal. 

Belgian national team star Come back to be the main force of the team again. After missing out on the FA Cup semi-final defeat to the Reds 2-3 due to injury, but in the game against the Seagulls, the Referee returned to the field. It also shows excellent form, leading the team to collect three points, overtaking the Red Machine to lead again.

Sometimes there is concern with the supporters. But I feel like we can do everything,” said the 30-year-old playmaker, who has made 300 appearances for City . “Of course it’s difficult because everyone is under pressure. But we didn’t get that pressure, I can tell you, in the second half against Brighton when you score the first goal. The second goal will follow easily. And I think we can do it.”

At the same time, De Bruyne also said that he may not be the loudest player. but try to play in their own way There is a lot of love and motivation when playing. He can help move the team forward. And it doesn’t have to be different. Because I think this is the best way to give something to the UFABET team. 

For Manchester City will play before Liverpool in the Premier League game. this weekend Which will open the home visit to Watford, the last runner-up team of the table. On Saturday, April 23, if as expected They won and they escaped to four points, with the Reds kicking off Sunday against Everton in a Merseyside derby match.