- Kevin De Bruyne has gotten 100 assists for Manchester City in all competitions
- The Belgian footballer has been superb for the Citizens since he joined them in 2015
- De Bruyne has also won two Premier League titles with Manchester City
Kevin De Bruyne who is a Belgian footballer playing for Manchester City has landed another remarkable achievements in his career after getting his 100 assists for the Citizens.
The talented attacking midfielder achieved this success after providing a superb assist for John Stones to score in Manchester City's big win over Crystal Palace at the Etihad stadium.
Manchester City were so superb in the Premier League encounter as the victory took the Citizens to second position on the English top flight table and are two points behind leaders Manchester United.
Since joining Manchester City in 2015 from Wolfsburg, Kevin De Bruyne has played 167 games for the Citizens netting 39 goals for the Premier League side.
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The Belgian has also won two Premier League titles so far with the Citizens.
According to the confirmation by Manchester City, Kevin De Bruyne last term set-up 20 goals to equal Thierry Henry’s 17-year record.
Having been crowned Premier League Player of the Season and PFA Player of the Year last term, the Belgian superstar also finished as the best assist provider in the English first division.
Meanwhile, Manchester City will be facing Aston Villa in their next Premier League game which will be played at the Etihad stadium.
Aston Villa are currently occupying 10th position on the Premier League table with 26 points after 15 games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City ran riot against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday, January 17, as the Citizens convincingly won the tie 4-0.
However a moment of brilliance occurred during the encounter when Gundogan struck from outside the area to get Pep Guardiola’s side’s second goal of the match.
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Brazilian star Fernandinho was seen as he attempted to stop his team-mates from hugging each other, encouraging them to practice social distancing.
The Premier League management recently wrote to remind participating teams of the COVID protocols which frown at players from having handshakes, hugs and high-fives.
Brilliant Fernandinho was seen reminding his colleagues after their second goal as he made way to celebrate with team-mates before applauding Gundogan.
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Source: Legit Nigeria