In the next of our continuing series looking back at the 2018-19 Manchester City season, we reflect on a bewildering season for midfielder David Silva
The 2018-19 season was an odd one for Manchester City midfielder David Silva.
Though the club reached new levels of achievement by winning a domestic treble this year, the man that was the heartbeat of the central midfield for so much of his tenure at the club had an uncharacteristically inconsistent one himself.
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It was the tale of two seasons put into one for him. Silva went from being one of City’s best performers in the first half of the season, to being a rather volatile figure in the level of his performances during the second.
City’s highs and lows were largely correlated to his peaks and valleys. When he was on, City looked like an unstoppable force capable of steamrolling everyone in Europe. When he was not, the team struggled and ended up having some of their most disappointing results of the season because of that.
Without further ado, then, let’s take a look at back at the jackal and hyde season that was David Silva’s 2018-19.