The 18-year old cancelled out Mason Mount’s opener to ensure the game finished 1-1 and the winger is now hoping the goal will push City towards claiming a first FA Youth Cup trophy since 2008.
The 18-year old struck in the 68th minute to cancel out Mason Mount’s opener in a tight affair at the Academy Stadium.
The young Blues are in their second successive final against Chelsea but the 44-year old doesn’t believe that his players will use last season’s defeat as extra motivation.
Brahim is one of many players who could have a big influence on the two-legged final and the young Spaniard is adamant that City can’t afford a poor start against Chelsea on Friday.
Following last weekend’s victory against West Ham, Jason Wilcox’s side are now unbeaten in 14 games and will be looking to continue that record against the Reds.