Kyle Walker Admits His Goal Was A Cross Against Swansea City
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Manchester City managed their 15th consecutive win with Kyle Walker opening up the scoring against Swansea City.

City went past the Swans 3-1 in the FA Cup fourth round with goals from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus as well.

Walker drilled in a low cross but it evaded everyone and ended up in the back of the net. When asked if it was intentional or not, he joked: “I saw the far post and thought I’d put it in the back of the net!

“No, it was a cross but we deserved a little bit of luck with the way we had been playing and I’m lucky to be on the scoresheet.”

He continued, “Obviously we’ve made a few changes from last season, tactically with how we’re pressing and moving the ball around. But I think since I joined here we’ve kept the same philosophy. The Gaffer knows what he wants, he’s proved it over many clubs and he’s brought that to City now and over the last four seasons we’ve been very good.”

“We knew it was going to be tough, it’s the FA Cup, as I know growing up here you can always get surprises, we didn’t want to come here and get surprised.”

“Every season I’ve been here we’ve always been fighting for trophies… each and every game we play like it’s our last.”

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