Gabriel Jesus celebrates scoring for Manchester City against Swansea
The 19-year-old's brace ensured Manchester City remain in the hunt for the Premier League title after reducing the margin on league leaders Chelsea to 10 points.
Jesus scored on his Premier League debut in the 3-0 win over Crystal Palace last week and he capped off a fine home debut today after his two goals – either side of Gylfi Sigurdsson's strike – ensured victory for Pep Guardiola's men.
Gylfi Sigurdsson scoring Swansea's opening goal in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City
It only took the Brazilian 10 minutes to get off the mark after he capitalised on some wonderful play by David Silva to poke home.
City continued to orchastrate chances and dominate posession throughout against Swansea, but their Premier League title hopes were put at huge risk when Sigurdsson stepped up in the 81st minute to fire the Welsh side level.
Jesus celebrates scoring City's winner at the Etihad
Swansea have found a new lease of life under Paul Clement and they looked as if they were going to continue their fine form, but Jesus – who started ahead of Sergio Aguero once again – popped up to deal the Swans a hammer blow in added time.
The pacy youngster's initial headed effort was poor, but Lukasz Fabianski spilled it and Jesus latched onto the rebound to seal the three points.
City have found a new hero.