Phil Foden: It's been one of the lowest parts of my career
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Phil Foden was the scorer in Manchester City's victory against Bristol City (3:0). Foden has had problems with his feet injury for a long time, and has been struggling with it for a long time. The young Englishman can be an optimist for the next matches.
“I feel much better in my feet, it’s not easy when you play with discomfort in your feet,” Foden told ITV, as quoted by eurosport.com
“I feel 100 per cent fit now and comfortable so hopefully I can come back into the team and help them as much as possible.
It's been one of the lowest parts of my career.
Everyone goes through them and it’s how you react. The discomfort in my feet and not playing as much. I love to play football and when I don't, I'm a bit frustrated”. Foden believes that this victory is very important for his team.
“Very important. We haven’t won the FA Cup for a while and it’s something we want to speak about and we want to win it.
The last few games have been brilliant and we look like we are making a step forward so hopefully we can keep up this form now and finish this season wrong”.
Pep Guardiola and Phil Foden
Pep Guardiola believes that what happened to Foden is an integral part of every footballer's career. “Footballers have ups and downs and his career has always gone up, up, up, up,” added Guardiola.
“This season after the World Cup he struggled a bit with the ankle so he was a bit down but now, the best part of the season, he’s back.
Phil was always at a high level since he arrived with us.
His impact has been amazing.
It’s important to be calm, grounded and when you work like he always does, football always pays off for you”.