Bernardo Silva thinks Man City may have a real diamond on their hands.
The previous weekend, Bobb made headlines when he won the Premier League match against Newcastle United in injury time.
After coming off the bench, Kevin De Bruyne turned the tide of the match by scoring and then perfectly setting up Bobb for the assist.
Bobb scored his first Premier League goal for City, and he won’t be scoring many better ones in his career.
After the game, Bernardo Silva gushed about his teammate, demonstrating that City clearly has a tremendous talent on their hands.
After Oscar Bobb scored a spectacular goal against Newcastle, Bernardo Silva praised the “big talent.”
Since the weekend, De Bruyne has received the majority of the praise, and the Belgian surely had a big influence at St. James’ Park.
However, Bobb ultimately made the difference between City’s final result of one point and three, and that might be extremely significant.
Bobb scored an incredible goal, showcasing his intellect with his run and lightning-fast feet to finish. He carried out his manager’s instructions to the letter, scoring a goal.
The goal was of excellent quality, and Bernardo Silva is aware that City have a unique young talent on their hands. “It was an amazing goal from a player that came from the Academy,” he stated (mancity.com). Because of the way he works and his great talent, I’m quite delighted for him.
“He’s been doing a great job coming through our team, which is not an easy task. Furthermore helpful was Kevin De Bruyne’s pass. However, Oscar awarded us three points today, and we are quite pleased for him.
Bobb might reach the very top.
The way Bobb is playing right now, City must be ecstatic, as each game goes by, it becomes more and more obvious why the team felt comfortable enough to approve Cole Palmer’s departure.
Palmer is clearly flourishing at Chelsea, which is fantastic, but Bobb has very scary potential and might wind up becoming one of City’s best players.
He has the ability and potential to stay for a long time, as Pep mentioned.
It seems that Txiki Begiristain, the director of football, genuinely informed Pep about Bobb’s development, and the manager later included him in his team following the Treble victory. Thus far, it seems like a wise choice to take that action.