Guardiola Reveals He Is 'Disappointed' With De Bruyne Despite The Belgian's 4 Goals Against Wolves
On Wednesday, Manchester City defeated Wolverhampton with relative ease, with the Premier League leaders scoring five goals against Wolverhampton in what appeared to be a game that would determine who would win the championship. Kevin De Bruyne, a star player for Manchester City, was named the game's most valuable player after scoring an incredible hat trick against Wolverhampton. The Belgium international scored all three of his goals in the first half of the match.
It didn't take long for Manchester City to demonstrate that they weren't going to back down, as it only took them seven minutes to score the game's first goal thanks to Kevin De Bruyne's poke-in. Manchester City didn't show any signs of nerves throughout the match. After his four-goal haul propelled Manchester City to within touching distance of a fourth Premier League title in five seasons, the Belgium midfielder is, according to Pep Guardiola, reaping the rewards of adding a selfish streak to his game. This comes after his four-goal haul propelled Manchester City to within touching distance of the title, with just one more game left to be played.
Pep Guardiola expressed his dissatisfaction with Kevin De Bruyne in an interview that was conducted after the game. In spite of the fact that the Belgian scored four goals in his spare time, the manager of Manchester City admitted that he wishes De Bruyne had scored the fifth goal that he was unable to score. "I'm very upset with him because he was so close to scoring the fifth goal, but he ended up hitting the post instead. Pep Guardiola stated with a smile after the game, "I know he is always a man who is so generous and always has the sense to make an assist, but this season I think he has the sense to be prolific and score goals."
This season, Kevin De Bruyne has scored a total of 18 goals. On Wednesday night, the Belgian had the opportunity to register a fifth goal for Manchester City, but he hit the post with less than a minute remaining in the game. De Bruyne's tally currently stands at 18. Raheem Sterling, a forward for Manchester City, scored the team's fifth goal of the evening with just six minutes remaining in the match.
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