4 Results

  • Race for EPL top-four will go down to the wire: Gabriel Jesus

    Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus believes the fight for a top-four finish in the English Premier League will go down to the last game of his season, after helping his team secure a 2-2 draw at struggling Middlesbrough on Sunday. The 20-year-old Brazilian marked his first start for City after almost three months out through injury with a vital 84th-minute equaliser to earn Pep Guardiola’s side a 2-2 draw away at Middlesbrough. The hosts had twice taken the lead through former City

    Sports | May 1, 2017
  • ‘Manchester City fans must be patient with Gabriel Jesus’

    Fernadinho has urged Manchester City fans to be patient with the returning Gabriel Jesus, stressing that a ‘foot injury is always complicated’, according to a statement on the club website.  The Brazilian midfielder doesn't think his compatriot should be rushed back into competitive action as he feels rushing him back would solve no purpose. “Gabriel is coming back now and I think we must be patient and have some caution, a foot injury is always complicated. But we know that whenever

    Sports | April 25, 2017
  • No one sings about Jesus, says Palash Sen

    Singer Palash Sen, who has launched a rock song on Jesus Christ, says that no one sings about him and that the reasons could be communal, commercial or political. While people celebrated the Easter Sunday on April 16, Sen unveiled the song "Jesus, the Lord has risen".  "No one sings about a man like Jesus... the reasons could be communal, commercial or political. I have always believed music and poetic expressions are way above all this," he said. "The music and the film

    Interviews | April 18, 2017
  • Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus rejoins training after injury

    Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus stepped up his recovery from injury to return to the training field for the first time since February, according to a statement on the club website. The Brazilian made a superb start to life at Manchester after his move from Palmeiras was ratified in January, scoring three goals in his first four games, including a match-winning double against Swansea at the Etihad Stadium. He had even displaced the club’s talisman, Sergio Aguero, in the starting XI,

    Sports | April 4, 2017


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