Kompany warns there is more to come from Man City
Following seven points from a possible nine, Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has claimed that there is still plenty more to come from the Premier League champions. Reported by the Daily Telegraph, the Belgian international has expressed his delight at picking up all but two points from their opening three games and has expressed that his side have yet to hit full throttle.
He said: “What’s missing? Two points out of nine, that’s all. I’m leaving for the internationals now and if I had to leave one message for the team it would be, ‘Well done guys, we’ve battled hard, we’ve shown how strong we are’.”
Last year’s Premier League winners have had a tough start to this season’s campaign with Southampton and Queens Park Rangers causing them trouble in 3-2 and 3-1 wins respectively and a draw at Anfield against Liverpool. The battle that Kompany speaks of has come from being behind in two of those games and being pulled back level in the other.
He continues: “If we are able to get results playing what people say might not be our best, then what will happen when we do? The best is yet to come.”
The threat of a stronger Manchester City comes just days after the side had a busy deadline day on Friday, signing Maicon, Scott Sinclair, Richard Wright, Javi Garcia and Matija Nastasic, adding to every areas of the team.
The international break will now give Roberto Mancini time to work out how to get the best from his stars and there will be no time like the present with a difficult two weeks coming up following the international fixtures.
City’s first game back is at the Brittania Stadium against Stoke after that they travel to Spain to face Real Madrid before a home fixture against Arsenal on the following Sunday.
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