Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola praised Kevin De Bruyne, after he got two assists in their 3-1 win at Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon
“The the last three or four games he was incredible, and we missed him a lot when he was out injured,” said Guardiola.
“He has the ability and the vision to see passes the rest of the human beings can’t see. He was so committed defensively and so effective in the final third and, of course, he is fresh mentally and, in the legs, to make those decisions. That’s why he made the two assists and all the other passes throughout the game.”
Guardiola and his side may have been focused on Premier League matters early this afternoon but they are now as focused on The Masters 2019 as they are title rivals Liverpool.
“I’ll be on the bus or plane. Tiger Woods and Francesco Molinari are playing. We will watch the Masters and maybe the Liverpool game. Hopefully, Chelsea do a good job,” Guardiola told BBC Sport.