22 Apr Manchester United v Manchester City: Foden’confident’ his side may keep title momentum heading at Old Trafford
The defending champions need four wins out of their final four matches to make convinced of pipping Liverpool into the name
Phil Foden is convinced that Manchester City can sustain their ascendency in the title race and beat Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
teams want four wins out of their final four matches to make sure of keeping their league name, and has to see their great competitions on their particular patch to be able to maintain their fate in their own hands.
Foden led the winner since the winners beat Tottenham in the Etihad Stadium on Saturday to return to the peak of the league, a position that they lurks when Liverpool beat Cardiff on Sunday.
Liverpool are just two points before City but have three league games remaining, while the defending champions possess four.
“I am only pleased to aid the team and get the win,” explained Foden.
“It has not really sunk in yet [to have scored the winner]. I am just pleased to get the win and also assist the team. It might be [a big goal], we have still got four challenging games left and we will need to win all of them. We will need to keep going.
“I can not see Liverpool falling points, we have to win all of them.”
United host Town on Wednesday night, and anything less than a win to your traffic will imply Liverpool will assume that the place of favorites within this tensest of name run-ins with three matches to go.
City missed the chance to clinch the name against their main rivals last year, even when they let slip a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 in the Etihad when one point could have wrapped up the league.
“it is a really tough game, to visit United, and perform well,” explained Foden. “However, I know we’re capable of accomplishing this. Should we win this one, we’re a step nearer. So let us see what happens. And I am positive.
“This afternoon, before the match. It ended up being a small surprise but I was always prepared to take my chance.
“Any match I will play , I will be enthusiastic
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“That has picked us up somewhat from another day, we’re all set to go and we’re feeling positive with smiles on our faces. We all know we could do it.
“When we won the team and we were miles from front, I believe this is going to be better since we have really had a struggle and somebody fighting us. If we do so then people’ve to begin telling us we’re among the best teams.”