Monday, 6 August 2018

Man City midfielder prepared for Premier League, says Pep Guardiola

Manchester City's high school midfielder Phil Foden has demonstrated he is "develop" enough for the Premier League, as per administrator Pep Guardiola. 

Foden, 18, awed as champions City beat FA Cup holders Chelsea 2-0 in Sunday's Community Shield. 

The Stockport-conceived midfielder set up Sergio Aguero to score the first of his two objectives at Wembley. 





"He was prepared last season. Presently he is multi year on, he is more develop," Guardiola said. 

"He was preparing last season with us and he battled well with the majority of our players." 

With key players still truant from the squad, including midfielders Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva, Foden accepted his open door with a certain and made show in warm conditions. 

In the wake of helping Aguero for his 200th objective for the club, Foden played another radiant go for the Argentine, who could just locate the side-netting in the wake of adjusting Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero. 

"It is so great to have another player with his ability. He's a City fan and Mancunian and it is so bravo," Guardiola included. 

Britain youth worldwide Foden, who turned 18 in May, joined the club at under-nine level and was expedited as a substitute on the last day of last season to make a fifth, decoration acquiring appearance. 

Phil Foden 

Britain youth global Phil Foden joined Manchester City at under-nine level 





'Sergio is an uncommon person' 

Sunday was likewise a point of interest day for Aguero, who turned into the principal player to score 200 objectives for City. 

"Sergio is an exceptional person," said Guardiola. "Presently, his knee is flawless, he touched base in a decent condition, a great state of mind and most essential is he scores objectives and makes possibilities." 

Guardiola was satisfied to see his side adapt so well to the sweltering climate. 

He included: "It was in excess of 30 degrees - it's so requesting, yet we did it so well. I am so cheerful for the players and it's great to begin with one title close by. 

"We need to play with this state of mind and what we have done. We'll see toward the finish of the season what our level was." 

City start the protection of their Premier League title against with a trek to Arsenal next Sunday (16:00 BST).