Kevin De Bruyne hit a sensational free-kick goal to give Manchester City a victory against Leicester City.
Kevin De Bruyne’s Masterclass Performance against Leicester
Manchester City is having a sensational season as they are currently leading the Premier League table 1 point above Arsenal who has a game left to play. Not to ignore the whole team, three men from the team have been sensational this season – Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne, and Foden.
However, against Leicester, City’s boss Pep Guardiola started just one player from the three as he left Haaland and Foden out on the bench. So, ultimately, KDB was the one that should deliver for the team and he did it, in CLASS.
Sensational Freekick against Leicester City
The first half ended with no goals from each side, but, 4 minutes into the second half, De Bruyne showed his magic in the game- that left no question, he is still the main man for the Manchester side.
Despite the huge wall in front of the midfielder along with a player sleeping to stop the ground ball, he still managed to score from outside of the box. He hit the ball directly into the top bar as the ball slid past the goalpost.
Though Leicester’s keeper Danny Ward made his full dive toward the ball, he couldn’t even get near it.
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