Brazil is playing in the Maracanã Stadium against Honduras in the Rio 2016 semifinal, and the Seleção is utterly destroying the opposition, at least in the first half. And a player from Manchester City has joined the party in a big way.
New City signing Gabriel Jesus, who will join the club and play for Pep Guardiola in January 2017, scored a great goal to make it 2-0 for the Brazilians:
And it didn't take long for Jesus to score another goal, completing a first half brace and making it 3-0 for Brazil:
(via Reddit Soccer)
These are Gabriel Jesus' second and third goals in the Olympics, having also scored in the 4-0 victory against Denmark in a group stage game. It took some time for Gabriel to find his best form, but the 19-year-old once again doing what he does best: score goals.
Well done, kiddo! Can't wait to see you at City!