Nigerian actress Uche Jombo has said what she feels concerning Manchester city. Pep Guardiola's men are currently the most in form team in the premier league right now after 21 straight wins in all competition and 15 straight wins in the premier league.
Their current form has made Nigerian actress Uche Jombo come out with a hilarious opinion about Manchester city. Uche Jombo is a man utd fan but she sees that Manchester city's bench can even win the EPL title.
She took to her Twitter handle saying; Pep Guardiola's man city squad are so strong and even their substitutes can win the EPL comfortably.
Manchester city are currently top of the premier league table with 15 points clear off second place and city rivals Manchester United who have a game against Crystal palace today Wednesday 3rd March. Manchester city on the other hand won their game against Wolves last night 4-1 at the Etihad stadium and it seems they are clear favorites for the title now.
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