Kevin De Bruyne faces the Champions League final for the second time. The first was two years ago without a happy ending. De Bruyne was injured and City lost 1-0 to Chelsea.
Against Inter, Manchester City are the favorites this year. He aims to achieve the treble, after the previous league title and the FA Cup.
“You’re not in the Champions League final if you’re not top,” De Bruyne dismissed as favourite. “They won two awards in Italy (cup and large cup, red) And in this season’s slot, they’ve won almost every game they’ve played.”
“They have their own consistent system, their typical style and what they do on the field, and they do a very good job. So I don’t have the feeling that anyone with us thinks it’s going to be an easy game.”
“It’s a final and so it starts fifty-fifty in terms of chances.”
With City, De Bruyne has won everything there is to win in England, and his list of honors in Europe is still empty.
“I’ve been here for eight years, it’s been an amazing 8 years. When I came to this club, did you think I was going to win many games and titles here? Probably not.”
“We already have an impressive list of trophies, but it’s true that we haven’t won the Champions League yet and we naturally want to win this trophy. We hope to succeed on Saturday.”
“We realize how important that final is, but from experience I know you have a better chance if you can go into such a game relaxed as a team. I think we do.”
“It’s been a really great season. We can improve on it, but whatever happens, it’s been great.”
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