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Every game is different: Bruno Ecuele Manga

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - APRIL 16: Florin Andone of Brighton & Hove Albion is challenged by Bruno Ecuele Manga of Cardiff City during the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Cardiff City at American Express Community Stadium on April 16, 2019 in Brighton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
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According to the Cardiff City footballer, the team can still get saved from relegation to the English Championship in the next three games.

Cardiff City is set to play against Fulham today, then Crystal Palace next week and Manchester United in two weeks.

These three games are the last three matches the team will play before the end of the 2018-2019 season, and positive results in all three would mean salvation from the relegation, and another year to stay in the English Premier League.

Which is why defender Bruno Ecuele Manga believes every game will be different as they are trying to get out of the relegation zone.

“We don’t know what will happen with the Brighton game,” he began telling the club’s official website.

“So we need to focus on ourselves and hopefully get the win on Saturday.”

“Every game is different. We won our first game in the Premier League this season against Fulham, and it’s not going to be the same game again,” he added.

“We’re playing to stay in the Premier League, and we’re playing away, so it will be tough for us.”

“They’re going to make it difficult for us. They have nothing to play for while we’re playing to survive in the Premier League. We need the points,” he continued.

“No game in this league is easy. Every game is difficult, and on Saturday against Fulham we need to be focused, and we will see what will happen.”

“We played well against one of the top teams in the league on Sunday, and we need to keep that same standard, playing the same level of football with the same intensity,” he finished.