Manchester City are looking next to invincible in the Premier League, thanks to their strikers Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero, who are wrecking havoc on the pitch with their immaculate goalscoring form, irrespective of the opponent and whether they have home advantage at their disposal or not.
The man in charge at the Etihad Stadium, Pep Guardiola, played a masterstroke when he brought in the 20-year-old striker from Brazilian side Palmeiras in January last year, adding substantial firepower to his side and helping them to get a genuine goalscorer.
However, the player was not able to deliver as per expectations at the start and was pushed down the pecking order under the presence of a top-class striker like Aguero in the team. He chose to do justice to his worth and made the most of whatever chances he got to score goals on a regular basis, establishing himself as one of the best strikers in the Manchester City lineup as well as in the Premier League since late last season.
This season, Guardiola has opted to start with both his strikers and the plan has worked, to bring them the best results possible. The partnership between the Brazilian and the Argentine strikers has proved to be one of the most lethal in the Premier League, turning the latest matches into nightmares for the defenders of their opponent teams.
The might of the City strikers was good enough to demolish their arch-rivals Liverpool in their fourth match of the campaign in the Premier League, with Gabriel Jesus contributing with a brilliant goal in a 5-0 win for the Citizens.
Their last match was against an unbeaten Watford side, who were literally bludgeoned by the Citizens who secured a 6-0 win, with the brilliant Brazilian once again scoring a single goal while Aguero notched up three.
Not only that, the young marksman has been in gallant form in the recent times, scoring for his side on 12 occasions out of the 15 starts he was handed by Guardiola so far in his tenure with the Citizens.
As a reward for his brilliant form that has led his side to the top of the points table in one of the most enthralling leagues in Europe, Gabriel Jesus is set to be offered a new improved deal, which will enable him to earn more wages than he is doing right now. This will, on the other hand, help the Citizens tie their prized possession down for a long time to come.
But has he done enough to warrant such a bumper deal already?