The Citizens’ goalkeeper made his Brazil national team debut on Thursday.
Ever since arriving in Manchester City from Benfica during the summer, Ederson has been outstanding. The 24-year-old has kept seven clean sheets, conceding only two goals since the start of the season. His great performances have not gone unnoticed as he was called up for the national squad of Brazil, making his first ever debut for Selecao.
Not only did Ederson record yet another clean sheet, but he also did something that very few can do. During the 23rd minute of the game, City’s shot-stopper produced an outstanding goal-kick that reached the opposition’s box, dropping right at Jesus’ feet.
What a pass 💙💙💙💙💙 pic.twitter.com/mSSOab5XpJ
— torahiko (@torahiko0803) October 12, 2017
Speaking to Manchester City’s website, Ederson revealed it was all planned even though it did not work out.
“At the start of the game, I spoke with Gabriel and said that we could score from our first goal kick as Chile were making a lot of pressure.
“I was able to kick the ball to his back. Unfortunately, Gabriel wasn’t able to control the ball, but I am happy for him and for me, as he scored twice and we managed to help with the win.”