"It gives me joy to cause the other teams to feel powerless," says Dias

“It gives me joy to cause the other teams to feel powerless,” says Dias

Manchester City’s new star Ruben Dias has been standing out as truly newsworthy since the time he joined the Premier League from childhood club Benfica.

The 23-year-old protector knocked some people’s socks off subsequent to finishing his move for an astounding €68 million.

By and by, in the event that anybody had any questions previously, they are a relic of past times now.

The organization between Ruben Dias and John Stones at the back has given the Citizens some genuinely necessary security in their protective line.

Truth be told, Manchester City have let in just one goal with the pair out on the pitch.

Regardless of this, the Portuguese accepts that the couple isn’t altogether liable for the clean sheets.

“The connection with John has been just brilliant,”

“But I would like to say that it’s not just me and John.

A brilliant example of that, I think it was against Brighton. We were winning 1-0 but struggling and then I see Kevin and Gundogan dying on the pitch. You know, running back, running forwards. Dying.

That moment just said to me, if these guys are running like that, who will not? If these guys give everything for the team, who will not?”

Dias told Daily Mail.

Ruben Dias likewise talked about his situation on the pitch and the inclination he gets when the Citizens end the game without yielding any goal.

“The other day someone said to me here in the club, ‘Ah, amazing, another clean sheet’. And I just said the thing that gives me most pleasure is not even the clean sheet. It’s the other team not even making one shot on goal. The thing that gives me the most pleasure is that my keeper doesn’t make a save.”

The 23-year-old star has been intriguing pundits and examiners for his extraordinary positioning and capacity to impeccably read the game.

Truth be told, Dias’ impact can’t be perceived by essentially going over his stats.

It’s just when you watch him play out on the pitch that one can comprehend the impact he has in his group.

“I’m a defender. I’m there to defend. Nowadays the idea is that a defender needs to do much more. My focus has always been on becoming better and doing more but I’ve never forgotten that, first of all, I’m a defender.

“If not me, then who else will take pride in defending? It gives me pleasure to make the other team feel powerless.”

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