Kevin De Bruyne provided his 13th assist of the season against Leicester City tonight, with an outrageous cross that found Raheem Sterling at the back post.
Manchester City have been streets ahead of everyone else in the Premier League this season, with De Bruyne’s form a major contributing factor in Pep Guardiola‘s side boasting a 13-point lead in the table.
The Belgian international will undoubtedly be in the conversation for player of the year come the end of the campaign, having scored seven goals and producing countless moments of magic.
It’s difficult to imagine De Bruyne will have produced many better than this though, as his pinpoint cross gave Leicester’s defenders no chance:
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Despite City’s early goal and their dominance over possession, the Foxes have found a way back into the game with a equaliser through Jamie Vardy.
There’s still plenty of time left for De Bruyne to cut open Leicester’s defence again though…