Manchester City attacker Gabriel Jesus says the manner of their Champions League win over Feyenoord shows they have many different ways of winning games.
City showed another side of their game by “winning ugly” against Feyenoord in midweek.
And Gabriel reckons this will be crucial in their push for the Premier League.
He said: “We know there might be games when we are going to win without playing that well.
“Some games we will deserve to win by playing good football. In others we’ll have to show character and win no matter how.”
Meanwhile, Gabriel insists he gets along with Sergio Aguero.
Pep Guardiola has said he is unlikely to pick both in the same team for the foreseeable future. That means the deadly duo must battle it out for one spot in the starting line-up for the next few months.
He said: “Sergio has broken an amazing record for City. I support him totally but I hope I can beat his record as soon as possible!
“I get on with Sergio very well, he’s an amazing guy. All of us know what type of player he is but he is also a fantastic person.
“When you have a good relationship off the pitch it’s easier to bring it on to it. That’s what we have. We help each other and we both fight for the shirt of the club and pull together.”