Oscar Bobb: Guardiola told me to go into the game and score a goal

Manchester City footballer Oskar Bobb said that his dream of scoring his first goal in the Premier League came true in the match against Newcastle, his dream came true in an exciting match against Newcastle

by Sededin Dedovic
Oscar Bobb: Guardiola told me to go into the game and score a goal
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In a thrilling high-scoring game against Newcastle last night, Manchester City's rising star Oscar Bobb scored his first Premier League goal. This 20-year-old Norwegian footballer expressed his delight in an interview with the British media, describing the surreal feeling of realizing a long-standing dream.

Manchester City secured a hard-fought 3-2 victory away from home in the 21st round of the Premier League, and Bobb struck the decisive blow in the first minute of stoppage time. The goal was expertly assisted by experienced playmaker Kevin de Bruyne, showing the synergy between an established star and emerging talent.

De Bruyne is one of City's most experienced players and the young talents can learn a lot from him. Speaking about the momentous occasion, Bobb conveyed his overwhelming emotions. "It's an incredible feeling. The coach told me to go in and score a goal, luckily I did.

This is a dream come true. I scored my first goal in the Premier League and in the shirt of the best club in the world. I can't describe how I feel. This victory is for our fans," said the young soccer player excitedly.

Big influence from De Bruyne

Acknowledging the key role played by De Bruyne, Bob expressed his gratitude to the Belgian maestro.

"De Bruyne is the only one in the world who can send you the ball like that. Playing with him is great. Not only is he one of the biggest players in the Premier League, but he is also very nice and correct, he helps a lot of younger players", emphasized the young Norwegian.

Bobb, who joined Manchester City in 2019 from Valerenga, is constantly making his mark in the world of soccer and seems to have a bright future ahead of him. With 14 appearances for Manchester City's first team and two goals to his name, Guardiola can seriously count on this player in the future.

It is evident that the Premier League has received another promising player. The league itself is full of expensive young talent, but City have rarely been wrong in their selection so far.

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