Manchester City: Guardiola lets loose on his players


By: Manu Tournoux

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola was proud of his players’ reaction against Everton.

Manchester City managed to reverse the trend against Everton (3-1) this Wednesday in the Premier League. Trailing the score during the first half by the Toffes, the Cityzens sounded the revolt upon returning from the locker room. Ultimately, the reigning English champions won at Goodison Park thanks to goals from Phil Foden, Julian Alvarez and Bernardo Silva.

Satisfied with these three hard-won points, coach Pep Guardiola expressed his pride in his team. The Spanish technician believes that the Sky Blues have proven once again that they live up to their status.

“That’s why we are world champions, the best team in the world,” Guardiola told beIN Sports, referring to his men’s victory against Fluminense in the Club World Cup. This badge makes us very proud, it gives us responsibilities, we have to defend something incredible. But the players prove it again, and again, and again, year after year. It makes me very proud as a manager. I remind them of their qualities every day. We have standards to respect. »

After 19 days of the championship, Manchester City, which has a game in hand, is positioned in fourth place in the standings. With 11 wins, 4 draws, 3 defeats and 37 points, the Mancunian club is 5 points behind leader Liverpool and three behind its runner-up Arsenal.

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