Manchester City attacker Jack Grealish has expressed his satisfaction as City ended a four-game winless run in the Premier League with a 2-1 victory over Luton Town.
Elijah Adebayo gave the hosts the lead shortly before halftime before City had a turnaround in the second-half of the game, with Bernardo Silva’s curler and Jack Grealish’s 50th career goal.
Expressing his delight after the game, Grealish said: “I think a lot of people like to talk about City and go on like it’s a big crisis, in reality we’ve played against very good teams.
“Spurs who’ve been unbelievable, Liverpool who are top of the league, Chelsea and Villa away, who’ve got one of the best records in Europe. We’ve played brilliant teams. It’s not the end of the World.
“We knew we had to keep calm today and buzzing to get back to winning ways.
“We needed a lot of patience. We dominated the first half. I can’t remember them having too many chances and then they got the goal at the end of the first half, which was a blow for us.
“We came out in the second half and we spoke between each other, to move the ball better and not rush things. That’s what we did in the second half.
“We have the best manager in the world and world class players. They’ve dealt with a lot in their careers. We have a lot of experienced players.
“Fair play to Luton, they’re a really good team. At this ground it is difficult. Luckily, we got the job done.”
Indeed, many people are waiting to see City fail.