Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola revealed what he told his players ahead of the kick-off of their 4-0 win over Real Madrid on Wednesday night to secure their ticket for the Champions league final.Continue Reading>>>
The Skblues literally run over Los Blancos at the Etihad Stadium to reach the second Champions League final of their history.
Guardiola was a happy man speaking at full-time and revealed what he told his men before the game.Continue Reading>>>
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“We spoke just before we went to the pitch and said, ‘Do you want to play vs Inter to not? Ask yourself’”, he revealed.
“If you play 90 minutes playing thinking you want to play vs Inter, you’re going to beat Real Madrid. They played in that spirit.”
He was further asked on a possible treble at the end of the season. “Let me win the first two”, Guardiola replied.
“The Premier League, we’re close. We play against our neighbours [Man United in the FA Cup final] and an Italian team in the finals.
“We’re there, the players can think about it, visualise it. They have the feeling, we’re three games away.”,