Kyle Walker, back at the club where it all started for him, hammers a low drive that Ramsdale cannot prevent finding the bottom corner. It came from Kevin de Bruyne cross-field pass after Raheem Sterling had broken superbly into Sheffield United territory
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker, speaking to BT Sport: “I’m happy to get on the scoresheet and obviously happy to get the three points, which was the main thing coming up here.
“They’re well drilled. Everyone knows their position and they’re a tough team to break down, but luckily enough I came up with the goal.
“My mum and dad live here, so if I’d celebrated I’d have got a lot of stick. I’m a Sheffield United fan, so I couldn’t celebrate.
“I’m enjoying my football. We don’t sit back and defend. We want to score three or four, but it’s great to get the clean sheet on the board as well.
“Defensively we’ve done fantastically well, especially Ruben [Dias] since he’s come in. Whoever steps in, they’re all going to put in top performances.
“There was always going to be a hangover [from last season]. It’s just what we’re dealing with at this moment in time.”
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