The Belgian has been widely praised for his performance and that continues in Monday’s sports pages.
Named as a leading contender for the end of season awards by one pundit, Brendan Rodgers has also complimented De Bruyne, who he says is a privilege to watch.
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"He has destroyed Arsenal and Leicester in a matter of days.
"Kevin de Bruyne now joins Liverpool's Sadio Mane as another one of my early candidates for the PFA Players' Player of the Year. In fact, I would put him ahead of Mane to win the award.
"Such pronouncements will not come as earth-shattering news to anyone who watches the Premier League on a regular basis.
"Nevertheless it has to be said that De Bruyne is playing scintillating football."
From the managers
Daily Mirror: Brendan Rodgers in awe of "world class" Kevin De Bruyne
"Kevin is unbelievable. He’s a world-class player and, with world-class players, they’ll find the space.
"You can block up spaces and be tight and organised, but the world-class players will find the space.
"It’s his level and mentality. To see it live, at that level and with that quality, was absolutely great."