In a thrilling comeback, Manchester City secured a 3-1 victory against Brighton on Monday. Despite falling behind to Neal Maupay's early goal, Phil Foden leveled the score just before halftime.
Foden continued his stellar performance in the second half, scoring two more goals to complete a hat-trick and lead City to a remarkable win.
Reflecting on the team's resilience, Foden emphasized their ability to bounce back, showcasing their high standards and togetherness.
The 23-year-old England international credited the manager and the cohesive group of players for consistently surpassing expectations and maintaining their performance levels season after season. Manchester City's comeback victories have become a recurring theme, showcasing their mental strength and determination.
With this win, Manchester City climbed above Arsenal into second place in the Premier League standings, trailing leaders Liverpool by two points with a game in hand.
Despite their impressive form, Foden acknowledged the tight competition in the title race, recognizing Liverpool and Arsenal as top-performing teams. He expressed the team's commitment to avoiding dropped points and aiming to win all their remaining games to stay competitive until the end of the season.