Watch as Manchester City youngster Paolo Fernandes scores two identical goal of the season contenders

Is it fair to say that Pep Guardiola’s influence is being felt at all levels at Manchester City?

These two strikes from Paolo Fernandes suggest that might be the case.

During the Manchester City under-23 side’s win against Sunderland, the 18-year-old scored two absolute stunners to help City to a 4-2 win, but there was something even more interesting about the brace…

TWO FERNANDES GOLAZOS! | Sunderland U23 2-4 City U23

Yes, both goals came from almost identical positions, such that you’d be forgiven for thinking you were simply watching a replay of the first goal.

We’re sure Pep won’t mind Fernandes repeating the trick over and over and over again.


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