Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has opened up about his Premier League title race with Liverpool this season. After opening the nest, Etihad Stadium beat Brighton 3-0 last night.
Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City will have to run to the finish with a perfect record if they do not want Liverpool to take away the title, with the reigning Premier League championsbeating Brighton from threeSecond-half goals by Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva last night (Wednesday 20 April 2022), with fans at the Etihad Stadium in The tension before the beloved team got a goal from Mahrez. That means Manchester City are now one point ahead of Liverpool with six games remaining.
“Six games left and if we win every game We are champions,” said Guardiola . ” If we don’t win every game. Liverpool will be champions , easy. It happened years ago when we won 14 games in a row to become champions. If we drop the score They will be champions.” “ Liverpool is one of the best teams in football history. One of the best teams ever. The players know Unfortunately we didn’t beat them here. Because we played better, we can’t [be] able to drop points right now.”
Guardiola hailed the supporters who stayed alongside the UFABET team before scoring the first goal. “I would say that the fans Incredibly close to us,” he added. “Sometimes they choose to be more silent. They see how hungry we are when we don’t have the ball. The people in the stands saw enthusiasm . “Today for the whole club is one of the most important days of the season. because mathematically We have now played in the Champions League next season. This is a great achievement,” he said.
Guardiola faced another injury problem with Nathan Ake removed at half-time with a twisted ankle , and John Stones was substituted as a precaution following a muscle injury. shrinking meat City bosses mean Kyle Walker will miss next week’s Champions League clash with Real Madrid. “We only have a month. Or maybe five weeks ,” Guardiola said. “Eleven months, only one month left. We will do everything we can to make the best of those games, the players know it, they give it their all. It also depends on fatigue and injury and recovery during bad times.”
Brighton shocked Arsenal and Tottenham ahead of last night’s defeat. And manager Graham Potter admits they don’t have enough possession of the ball. “They are a great team, we know that and they played very well tonight,” Potter said. “We did our job well and were disciplined. And we are disappointed with the way we dominate the ball . but we can’t They deserve to be winners. Maybe we can if they don’t rest a few players over the weekend.”