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Jack Grealish backs himself to beat any defender in the WORLD after stunning solo goal for Man City against RB Leipzig

JACK GREALISH reckons no defender in the world can stop him when he’s on the ball.

The 26-year-old scored a stunner for Manchester City in their 6-3 win over RB Leipzig in the Champions League last night.

Grealish reckons he's unstoppable when running at defenders


Grealish reckons he’s unstoppable when running at defendersCredit: Getty

He latched on to a long ball from Ruben Dias and then cut in from the left wing, weaved around Leipzig ace Tyler Adams before curling a glorious shot past their keeper Peter Gulacsi to score City’s fourth goal of the game.

Grealish does not think any defender would have stopped him, telling BT Sport: “The ball came to me and when I’m in that position, running into the area, I’d back myself one on one against anyone.

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“Luckily it paid off and I managed to hit the back of the net this time.”

It was the England star’s Champions League debut and he revealed that it was well worth the wait.

Grealish added: “I loved it. I’ve been waiting a while. The past few weeks, I couldn’t wait for this game. It’s a great night.”

But the £100million man wasn’t the only City star to score his first goal in the Champions League for the club.

Grealish was joined by Nathan Ake who also got on the scoresheet for the first time with a thumping header and putting City in front in the 16th minute.

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But to City boss Guardiola’s horror, only 38,062 fans came to see his team crush Leipzig at their 55,000-capacity Etihad stadium.

And the Spaniard has urged the club’s fans to help fill out the remaining 17,000 empty seats for City’s game against Southampton on the weekend.


COMPLETED dribbles in the Premier League so far this season

Adama Traore (Wolves, above) 38

Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle) 20

Dwight McNeil (Burnley) 15

Trincao (Wolves) 13

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Ismaila Sarr (Watford) 11

Declan Rice (West Ham) 10

Lucas Moura (Tottenham) 10

Wilfried Zaha (C Palace) 9

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) 9

Emmanuel Dennis (Watford) 9

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Yves Bissouma (Brighton) 8

Jack Harrison (Leeds) 8

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Tottenham) 8

James McArthur (C Palace) 8

Paul Pogba (Man Utd) 8

Max Aarons (Norwich) 8

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Mason Greenwood (Man Utd) 8

Jordan Ayew (C Palace) 8

Nicolas Pepe (Arssenal) 8

Moussa Djenepo (Southampton) 8


He said: “The last three games we’ve played here we’ve scored 16 goals.

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“I would like more people to come to the next game on Saturday.

“We need the people, please, because we will be tired.”

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