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What Man City should do to win Premiership - Silva

24th Oct, 2020 | By Gyang Dakwo | ||

Manchester City's Bernardo Silva believes that this season's race for the Premier League title will be 'different' to previous campaigns, reports Manchester Evening News. The versatile Portuguese midfielder missed the Citizens' first three matches in all competitions through injury.

He registered 90 minutes in his last outing against Arsenal, which saw City beat the Gunners 1-0. The result ended two-match winless run, following a 5-2 defeat against Leicester and a 1-1 draw with Leeds United. The Sky Blues, who have a game in-hand, sit tenth on seven points following the triumph over Arsenal. Speaking after the result, Bernardo mentioned that this season will be different to ones gone by.

The last four seasons have seen clubs surpass the 90-point mark on the way to the Premier League title. However, Silva insisted that the trend will not apply this campaign, due to the impressive acquisitions made by the clubs. He said: "I think the Premier League became even more competitive this season. All the teams made great signings and strengthened their squads. "In the last few seasons, we saw that to become champions you needed to reach close to 100 points, I think the situation this season is going to be different."

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