The 37-year-old still refers to Manchester City as ‘my club’ and knows he played a big part in launching their modern success
Edin Dzeko learned long ago not to worry about the dry spells. The Bosnian striker went 19 games without a goal for Internazionale this year, then interrupted that sequence with three in a week, scoring twice in a rout of Verona before grabbing the opener in the Champions League semi-final against Milan: a brilliant volley from a corner.
“Sometimes you get in these difficult moments when the ball doesn’t want to get in,” he said at the time. “But patience and work always pay off.”
Written by Nicky Bandini
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/jun/09/edin-dzeko-inter-manchester-city-champions-league-final under the title “Edin Dzeko: Inter’s big-game Mr Reliable who continues to defy time”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.