And they were quick with the puns as it was new signing Gabriel Jesus was the City saviour, grabbing his second goal in the 92nd minute to secure a 2-1 win over Swansea.
The 19-year-old Brazilian popped up to save the points for City on Saturday after bagging both goals, the second an injury-time victor in their 2-1 home win against lowly Swansea.
"It's important to believe", he said. "He's a very young player but he will learn a lot at City and he will have a great future at the club", the Argentine said.
Jesus was sought after by many clubs throughout Europe, and it looks like City has found the heir to Sergio Aguero. "Now we are third, that Champions League spot for next year is going to be tough as well".
Meanwhile, City will play Bournemouth at 8am next Tuesday in the Premier League.
"Sometimes this happens. When you're on the bench you have to wait for your opportunity", Aguero said after the match. "[It was about] things to do with the club, nothing unusual", Aguero said.
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The 19-year-old Brazil global has credited his teammates for his performance and for helping him settle into life at City so soon after joining from Palmeiras. In these last three months that are left I have to help the club. The performance in general was good and I'm happy with the three points. "I think over the 90 minutes we deserved to win but the gap between our first half display and our second was too big".
"Many times this season in last minute we have conceded".
Not as revered in the Manchester City dressing room as he used to be.
And, things have further deteriorated with the arrival of Gabriel Jesus, who has taken to English football with some outrageous calm and ease.
Gabriel Jesus celebrates his late victor.
"It is time for every single one of us, from the top to the bottom of this club, to stand up and be counted", he told Sky Sports. Real Madrid are likely to contest for the attacker's signature if he comes onto the market in the summer, with Aguero declaring he doesn't know where he will be playing next season. "I want to stay".
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