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Bernardo Silva happy to near his great form

Sun 17 October 2021 | 13:21

The Portuguese scored his team's first goal.

Manchester City

star Bernardo Silva after the victory against Burnley yesterday, expressed his happiness that he is approaching the form of his good days.

Yesterday, the Portuguese star scored his team's first goal in a 2-0 victory at Etihad Stadium and had the opportunity to score another goal. Silva was upset about the little opportunity he had during the last season and wanted to leave the team, but now he is happy that he is close to his good form.

"It's tough when you don't play the minutes that you want to. It happened with me, it's happened with most of the players here. It's how it works. You have to go and fight for your place.

"I'm happy that I am helping the team and I am happy with the momentum but it's just the beginning."

Silva has two goals from 10 appearances in all competitions this season and, alongside fellow midfielder Rodri, Guardiola believes the former Monaco man is his side's best-performing player right now.

"He and Rodri are in the top form. They have both played incredibly well in the last four or five games," Guardiola said. "Bernardo is at the same level as in our second season together when we won 98 points. He was out of this world, the way he played.

"He always gives us the extra touch, the extra pass we need and he doesn’t lose balls. He scored a goal, which was important for him. The performance of Bernardo has been extraordinary again. 

"We are incredibly lucky to have him. He is a joy to have with us and is playing in an incredible top level right now."

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