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Jesus Gabriel to set a miracle breakthrough for Guardiola at Manchester City.

Gabriel Jesus in Machester City after departing Palmeiras. PHOTO | Skysports
Gabriel Jesus in Machester City after departing Palmeiras. PHOTO | Skysports
 Gabriel Jesus who was on the bench of the Brazilian club Palmeiras now shows wonders at Manchester city as the Manager Pep Guardiola got impressed with his performance when they played with Crystal Palace.



This season looks like the breakthrough of Gabriel Jesus in the England league. Jesus showed massive support for the teammates following 3-0 victory where he scored a goal.



Jesus started City's next game, brilliantly setting up Raheem Sterling's opener in a 3-0 FA Cup win at Crystal Palace, and Guardiola was impressed enough to leave Sergio Aguero on the bench against West Ham a few days later. On his Premier League debut and still two months shy of his 20th birthday, Jesus scored one and set up another in a thrilling 4-0 win.



So far, he has offered tantalizing glimpses. Jesus was a one-man whirlwind when he came off the bench for his debut against Tottenham, almost providing an assist with his first touch before sending a header onto the crossbar and having a goal ruled out for offside.



Perhaps the most intriguing subplot surrounding the title favorites, however, concerns a player who is already there. Jesus completed his £27m transfer from Brazilian side Palmeiras back in January, but such was his misfortune with injuries that City are still getting to know him.


The Man-city Fans are looking forward to Jesus to make wonders of the Guardiola team to take over Chelsea dominance in the English premier league.

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