Manchester city midfielder Ilkay has been awarded the English Premier League player of the month after a hilarious display this year. Gundogan has continued to display an unstopable play after being involved in all the three goals against Tottenham on 13 February where he caused a penalty that was converted by Rodri before scoring a brace (two goals) with Sterling's and the goalkeeper's assists ( Ederson ).
The 30yrs old German midfielder has scored nine goals in nine appearances this year. This makes his Europe's top scorer in 2021 being incomparable with big playrs like messi Ronaldo and the like.
Gundogan scored five goals in six epl appearances in January. He becomes the best in the league not only to the club. This speaks volumes to competitors who thought the injury of city's midfielder KDB would affect the team but funny enough he is perfectly represented.
The question is, how will city be like after the recovery of the Belgian hit man KDB who is expected to show up on 18th of February?
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