Man City fans STUNNED by Ederson’s coolness as he clears the goal line from his poor touch

‘The craziest footballer I’ve ever seen!’: Man City fans were left stunned by Ederson’s coolness as he passed the ball over the GOALLINE after his own poor touch, despite Diogo Jota chases him

  • Fans reacted in disbelief after goalkeeper Ederson’s moment of calm
  • Manchester City take on Liverpool in a Premier League title tie-breaker on Sunday
  • And City fans were stunned by the Brazilian’s calmness under heavy pressure
  • Ederson made the occasional goal-line clearance with Diogo Jota pressuring him

Manchester City fans reacted in disbelief after Ederson’s incredibly composed goal-line clearance in their Premier League title-clinching game against Liverpool on Sunday.

The Brazilian keeper failed to control the ball initially, spinning it towards his own net as Reds striker Diogo Jota sprinted to put it under pressure.

But the 28-year-old raced to his own goal line and coolly squared the ball past team-mate Aymeric Laporte to get out of trouble with nerves of steel.

Manchester City fans reacted in disbelief after Ederson cleared the occasional goal line

Failed to control the ball but got out of trouble with Diogo Jota pressuring him

Failed to control the ball but got out of trouble with Diogo Jota pressuring him

A fan called Ederson “the craziest footballer I’ve ever seen” after the incident.

Another said: “He’s so calm, he definitely saw all these ‘Alisson better than Ederson’ (comparisons) before the game lmao”.

A third tweeted: ‘Ederson with his own goal line clearance’, followed by a laughing crying emoji.

One of them called the Brazilian goalkeeper a

One called the Brazilian goalkeeper ‘the craziest footballer I’ve ever seen’ after the incident

Another simply added: ‘My anxiety can’t take this’, with a fifth saying: ‘I completely lost my mind when this happened!’

One joked: “It took me a few years for sure.”

A seventh said: “My thought at half-time is that Ederson is a lunatic.”

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