Kevin De Bruyne feels bizarre but happy in his new role as a striker at Manchester City.
“(It was) a little bizarre in the beginning,” the midfielder admitted.
“I’ve done it a couple of times in my career but the coach asked me to do this job so I tried to do it the best as possible and it’s good that we won it this way.”
The Belgian forward also spoke about the win versus Chelsea.
“The difference today is when we had the chances we took them,” he reflected after the victory at Stamford Bridge.
“I think the years we were champion we were winning these big games.
“Last year and this season we have played some good games but not won them so I think today we showed we can win the big games.
“We’re fighting an uphill battle but we’re coming closer and that’s the only thing we can do right now.”
City are four points behind the table toppers with a game in hand. Pep will want to win the game as it would bring them right in the mix for the title race with United and Liverpool leading the way.