Manchester City star-striker Gabriel Jesus has distanced himself from claims he is of similar ilk to Brazilian legend Ronaldo, amidst several high-profile names within the game placing the two's attributes alongside one another.
The 20-year-old, who only joined the Etihad Stadium outfit in January, has fast become one of several poster boys within the north west giants' ranks, finding the back of the net 15 times from 18 starts in the Premier League as well as another couple in addition elsewhere.
However, for the first time since donning the sky blue of the Citizens, and in 403 days, the Sao Paulo-born fresh-faced youngster is currently enduring his pre-match preparations under the cloud of defeat - which came during Wednesday night's Champions League reverse to
Stand-out performance after stand-out performance, there was uncertainty as to whether the run would ever cease, and it was those displays which, even at the young age of 20, made the footballing world take note.
Chelsea's and fellow countryman Willian, West Ham United's and Euro 2016 winner Jose Fonte, Paris Saint-Germain's Dani Alves,
Cost of Man United's Likely Starting 11 (£334M) vs Man City's (£358M): pic.twitter.com/Kn6RkyKn38— Premier League Panel (@PremLeaguePanel) December 8, 2017