A nice game of football is scheduled for Saturday 16 December at 6:30 PM in the Premier League. Leader Manchester City receives the number four Tottenham Hotspur in its own Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City is in blood form. The last fifteen Premier League matches were won and with 11 points ahead of their closest attacker Manchester United, the battle for the English title seems to have been decided before Christmas. The entire team of trainer Pep Guardiola excels. The role of the young Leroy Sané is striking. The only 21-year-old player had no adjustment problems at Manchester City and was already important last season with five goals and five assists in the competition. This season the German, who came from Schalke in August 2016, is even more dominant in the field. With six goals and six assists in fifteen Premier League matches, he is an indispensable link in his trainer's system. The left winger has good actions, is calm one on one with the keeper and has an overview. In addition, Sané has a great technique and wants to hand over his calling card to the German national team coach Joachim Löw in view of the world championship. Tottenham Hotspur has been warned.
Belgian top football player
Kevin De Bruyne is another star and world top player. This season, the 26-year-old midfielder broke through as a world football player. Where he has shown his class in recent seasons with good football, the Belgian is combining his class with leadership this season. As a conductor, he shifts the game with ease and serves his fellow players with the most beautiful passes. The midfielder was no less than eight times involved as a declarer in a goal from his club. The management of Chelsea, where the Belgian was under contract for no less than six years and who rented him season after season, will scratch his head. The club from London had gold in its hands, but top football player De Bruyne now plays the stars of heaven with big competitor Manchester City.
Midfielders are dry
With opponent Tottenham Hotspur, De Bruyne meets his compatriots Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembélé. The Londoners are running a bit stiffer than last year and are in a moderate form with two wins from the last six games. At striker Harry Kane, however, there is no sign of a form crisis. He is on shot with 12 goals in 16 games. Midfielders Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli follow at an appropriate distance with 4 and 3 goals. If Tottenham wants to participate in the prizes this season, these players will have to find the net. Starting Saturday against Manchester City.
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