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Ilkay Gündogan blames Manchester City’s slump on loss of confidence

Ilkay Gündogan blames Manchester City’s slump on loss of confidence


Ilkay Gündogan blames Manchester City ’s slump on loss of confidence

Manchester City take on Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League determined to rediscover their mojo

“There’s a lack of confidence and you recognise you didn’t play as well as you can. But this is not the way you want to end up – you want to improve again. It’s now our challenge to bounce back. After two great seasons it’s even tougher to do three titles in a row. It’s normal to have this period but the only way is to stick together.

City have qualified as group winners and Pep Guardiola will use the match as an opportunity to give Phil Foden only his fourth start of the season. The manager believes the 19-year-old can become as pivotal for City as David Silva, who leaves in the summer.

“He’s growing from last season. There are still some departments in which he can improve. Sometimes he has to think a bit more about decision making especially without the ball. It’s normal with his age and his development is perfect.”

Manchester City (4-1-4-1, probable): Bravo; Cancelo, García, Otamendi, Mendy; Gündogan; Mahrez, Foden, B Silva, Sterling; Jesus.

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