The ‘Citizen’ team hosted Arsenal last Saturday at the Emirates Stadium and won 1-0. That duel dominated it throughout the 90 minutes and resolved it with a goal converted in the first half.
These days, he has 7 points in the general table, the product of 2 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in total. Thanks to this victory he recovered from a mini negative streak in which he only added 1 unit of 6 disputed.
In terms of goals, he has converted 7 in favor and has yielded 7 against, standing out for lacking a bit of balance in his classic football proposal.
Manchester City will most likely advance the block from the opening whistle, as they never usually speculate. For this reason, he is expected to manage the times and to generate many situations on the wings and in the center of the field. In defense you must be careful when making collective transitions, as you could be badly stopped when scoring.
The Portuguese team visited Sporting Lisboa last Saturday and drew 2-2 in an even and intense duel from the initial stage. Of course, the result that he obtained could be better, by winning 1-2 in the absence of a few minutes for the final whistle.
He currently has 7 points in the general table, the product of 2 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in total. For now it remains a competitive eleventh despite its irregular start in the competition.
When it comes to goals, he has converted 12 in favor and has yielded 6 against, proving to be effective from midfield forward although not so reliable in defensive matters. It is enough to know that he was only able to maintain his fence undefeated in 1 of his 4 presentations to corroborate this statement.
Logic dictates that Porto steadily and gradually back down the lines, as it will surely come under pressure from the first half. For this reason he will seek to group many men in his own field and come out against when he has the ball. It is not ruled out that he can also take advantage of the stopped balls that he generates (corners or free throws close to the area).