Gabriel Jesus is Manchester City’s new hero, as the Brazilian played a crucial role in the 2-1 win over Swansea.
This will be the Brazilian’s first match at the Etihad and he impressed by scoring a brace, with his second goal coming in the 92nd minute after Sigurdsson cancelled his opener.
The 19-year-old Brazil international has credited his teammates for his performance and for helping him settle into life at City so soon after joining from Palmeiras.
“It means a lot especially in front of our fans – I’m very happy to score both goals,” Jesus told Sky Sports via a translation from team-mate Fernandinho.
“It’s very significant. The most important thing is the victory.
“I’m very happy because I got into the team so quickly. Everybody here in the club is trying to help me get better every day.
“When things go like this it is much easier and very good.”