Reflection of a True Master is a special monthly series which sees us dive into the minds of the true Masters of the EPL. This week, we take a look at Gabriel Jesus.

Reflection of a True Master is a special monthly series which sees us dive into the minds of the true Masters of the EPL. This week, we take a look at Gabriel Jesus.

Star-Track Dec 26

A star is finally born, as Man City fans look to Jesus to save them


’Tis the season where Gabriel Jesus will finally become a star at Manchester City?

 

It appears so, given how – in the absence of injured chief striker Sergio Aguero – the 22-year-old has proven himself to be more than capable of leading the line at City.

 

With a credible 11 goals and six assists (in 24 games) to his name for City so far this season, Jesus has seemingly finally done enough to earn the trust of his notoriously tough taskmaster of a manager, Pep Guardiola.

 

Indeed, with Aguero entering the autumn of his career, City fans are now praying fervently that Jesus will be the one to lead them to glory in years to come.

 

And, while runaway leaders Liverpool are still expected to win the English Premier League (EPL) this season, it is not beyond the realms of possibility for a Jesus-led City to beat the Reds to the title.

 

 

After all, miracles do happen when you believe, don’t they?

Obviously, with Christmas just over, we had to make Jesus the focus of this month’s Star-Track.

 


FBS says: Jesus evidently believes in having a white Christmas (even his jeans are stained with what we can only hope is white paint). Carries his child as confidently as the way he’ll carry City to glory in future.


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FBS says: Even Jesus needs a break at least once a week. Chooses to relax by unleashing hell on those who dare oppose him in first-person shooter games. Is as accurate at shooting in such games as he is on the pitch.



FBS says: Jesus looks at Raheem Sterling’s left foot with disdain. Clearly does not think that the England international is able to use that foot to send in a quality cross. And Jesus knows a thing or two about quality crosses. He has, after all, played on the wings multiple times.



FBS says: Jesus points out the City team-mate who surreptitiously grabbed onto his clothing in training to try and take the power out of his shot. Laughs to show that he’s as forgiving as everyone believes him to be.


 

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