Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has taken penalty duties away from Gabriel Jesus, following a series of misses by the striker.
Jesus had failed to convert a spot kick against Sheffield United, a third of the season.
And boss Guardiola decided that Ilkay Gundogan to take it in the FA Cup tie with Fulham on Saturday.
Gundogan converted an early penalty during the 4-0 win after Jesus had been brought down by Fulham defender, Tim Ream.
And speaking on the development,Jesus told reporters the manager made the decision before start of the game.
“Normally the manager puts on the paper in the dressing room before the game who are the penalty takers, last game I was the penalty taker and here normally I am the taker but today it’s Gundo,”
“That’s football. Sometimes you have to stop, improve and come back strong.
“In the training sessions I take them and I score more than I miss.
“If I take five I miss one and sometimes I don’t miss. In games, it’s been different. I’ve taken three this season – two here and one with the national team Brazil – and I missed all three.
“When you miss three in a row you go to the next one under pressure to score. So that’s the challenge. I have in my mind that I have to train more and improve more of course.”