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Jeremy Doku Leads Man City to Dazzling Six-Goal Win Against Bournemouth

Manchester City scored an easy win against Bournemouth this Saturday, and Jeremy Doku was the game’s shiniest star. The 21-year-old Belgian player was on top of his game against Bournemouth and helped his team score an epic six-goal victory. It took 30 minutes for Doku to score the first goal for Man City against Bournemouth, and they were unstoppable from that point on. He assisted two of Bernardo Silva’s goals, along with one more for Manuel Akanji and Phil Foden. Nathan Aké sealed the deal with another goal, two minutes before the final whistle, leading Man City to an epic 6-1 win. Doku’s performance was a joy to watch, and he made history as the youngest player in Premier League history to score four assists in a single match. He signed a five-year deal with Man City earlier this summer, and manager Pep Guardiola is happy with the improvement he’s shown since joining them. “We talked about that. I asked him why he was here, why Manchester City had decided to invest in him… It is difficult to find a player today with the ability to dribble in small spaces. He’s one of the fastest players in 5m. It’s incredible how he can change the rhythm in 5m,” said Guardiola.