Phil Foden admits he want to improve one aspect of his game

Manchester City defeated BSC Young Boys 3-0 at the Etihad Stadium in a thrilling Champions League encounter, guaranteeing their place in the competition’s knockout stages. However, the evening’s attention was on the rising English prodigy, Phil Foden.

Foden proved his brilliance with a spectacular first-half goal, leaving fans and analysts alike in awe of his abilities. Foden was found by Jack Grealish’s exquisite pass, who showed great agility and talent, sprinting past players before coolly putting the ball into the far corner of the net.

Former footballer and pundit Rio Ferdinand was among those who were blown away by Foden’s performance. Ferdinand couldn’t hide his admiration for the teenage midfielder’s outstanding performance during halftime on TNT Sports.

He said: “I don’t have any more words I can use to describe how much I enjoy watching Phil Foden play. The way he just takes it in and glides past the defender there.

“This isn’t an easy ball to control, he makes it look easy, it skids off the wet surface. His pace, a bit of strength and then the finish and the calmness to slot it past the goalkeeper. That last touch to set himself up for the shot was beautiful there.”

The goal was a recognition not only to Foden’s ability, but also to Manchester City’s dominance in the game, which saw Erling Haaland score a superb penalty and add a second goal. Foden remains a shining star in City’s squad and a rising talent in English football with performances like this.

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