Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has showered praises at Gabriel Jesus for his role in City’s 2-0 away victory.
The Brazilian opened scoring for City in just three minutes of play with a nod, after goalkeeper Nick Pope parried Bernardo Silva’s shot straight at him.
The Spaniard who commented on BBC Sport said : “Strikers need goals for their confidence. Gabriel Jesus played really good.”
Gabriel Jesus first goal was his 68th goals in the 107 games he has started for Manchester City, netting in each of his past three starts.
Manchester City who have now extended their lead with one more match left will travel to Anfield on Sunday to face a Liverpool who are currently nursing their wounds.