London: He was accused of 'treating him like a dog.' A day before Manchester City's clash against Manchester United however, coach Roberto Mancini has said that 'Carlos Tevez is destined to score the winner.'
The relationship between the Italian manager and the Argentine striker has been strained for a long time with ugly outbursts from either side of the club. That was in the past.
Come Tuesday and Tevez is expected to be backed fully by Mancini who has a team that has won 16 of their 17 games at home. The other solitary match was a draw. "I think Carlos is destined to score the most important goal in the history of this club. This is my belief," he was quoted as saying by a UK daily.