Manchester City has two huge Premier League games to end the season, and Sunday's match against Arsenal will decide the Citizens' fate when it comes to a top-four finish and a spot in the next Champions League.
Sunday's game will be a special one for rising star Kelechi Iheanacho, who has become a very important player in the City squad despite his young age and lack of experience. The Nigerian striker will not only have the opportunity to face the dangerous Gunners, but will also meet his national teammate and Arsenal rising youngster Alex Iwobi, who has won a place in the starting lineup in the last few months.
Iheanacho spoke in an interview about facing Arsenal and meeting Iwobi on Sunday:
"Arsenal have worked hard to get where they are and like us, they’ve had a lot of injuries this season so I don’t think they’ve had a bad season at all.
"They are a clever, quick team and I think this will be a very tough game for us, but one we have to win. I will be up against my brother, Alex Iwobi, who I know really well from the Nigerian national team – he’s a great player and he’s looking forward to playing against us.
"But they have great players and this will be hard for us – but we need to win it to make sure we finish in the top four so it will be just as difficult for them. I think it will be a great game and obviously we will be looking to take the three points we need."
Source: Manchester Evening News