Manchester City defender, Kyle Walker has given an insight into how he was able to stop Real Madrid winger Vinicius Jr in their Champions League semi-final tie.
Vinicius and Walker went toe-to-toe in the first leg which ended 1-1 in Spain.
However, the Brazil international failed to inspire Madrid in the return leg at the Etihad, as they were thrashed 4-0.
Walker, speaking to BT Sport on how he handled Vinicius Jr, said:
“You’ve got to have a bit of arrogance like the attackers do, I believe in my pace and I go toe to toe with them.
“I believe I am bigger than him and can use my physical dominance. He’s fantastic but you have to use your strengths.
“I just made it as difficult as possible for him.”