When a European Manager is in need of a goal, who does he rely on to get the deed done?
A South American.
Whether it’s Pep Guardiola (Catalan Nationalist) praying on the sidelines after throwing Kun Aguero onto the field with Manchester City needing a goal in the final minutes of a match, or Luis Enrique (Proud Spaniard) waiting in expectation for his South American Trident to pummel a Spanish defense; or Jurgen Klopp punching the air at the prospect of Coutinho blazing past an English defender and curling a game-winning beauty into the top corner.
And that’s just England and Spain.
Don’t forget Cavani at PSG (Spanish Coach) or Bacca at AC Milan (Italian Coach).
Today, Gabriel Jesus scored two goals for Pep Guardiola’s uninspiring Manchester City. The eighteen-year-old phenom is having his moment.
More specifically: saving a European manager from the sack.
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