Problem Kans Champion, Milner Confident City Can Wins Entire Game Time

Problem Kans Champion, Milner Confident City Can Wins Entire Game Time

Problem Kans Champion, Milner Confident City Can Wins Entire Game Time

Manchester – Manchester City player James Milner admits his side several times already this season appear clumsy and unable to take the lead in the Premier League competition. However, he is still optimistic about the chances City to retain the title.

City came under criticism last week after consecutive defeat of Barcelona in the Champions League and then over Liverpool in the Premier League. A pair of these results are undoubtedly injuring two opportunities City in that arena.

However, the Citizens are at least stop the barrage of negative results and return to winning ways after beating Leicester City 2-0 in midweek Premier League party in Qatar, Thursday (05/03/2015) pm dawn.

“I think we’ve played better, but getting the desired results remain unsatisfactory. It is important to immediately get up after the disappointment of the weekend,” Milner said as quoted by the Manchester Evening News.

“We now have to recover from periods (less okay) and returned to the show 100%, to fix the aspects of the game, and returned to the performance we know we can achieve and we have also shown in a number of games for the period, perhaps, sometimes 10, 15, or 20 minutes.

“We’ve become a little sloppy. It is important that we can immediately improve the performance and do it for 95 minutes of the game and not just in a particular period. It is necessary to be successful,” he explained.

The victory over Leicester make City now sits in second place by collecting 58 points from 28 matches, or five points adrift of Chelsea’s standings had one match more. Despite not easy, Milner believes City is able to pursue, to reverse the situation, and a champion like in the past.

“We know what is in front of us. We have to win matches the rest and we were more than able to do so. We’ve done it before. It is important that we can make this victory as a foundation to move forward,” said Milner.