City-Real: Guardiola’s amusing reaction to the quality of the match

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After Manchester City won against Real Madrid on Tuesday evening (4-3) at the end of the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, Pep Guardiola was very satisfied with the performance of his men. When asked about the quality of the meeting, the Spanish technician said he had put his foot down.

Clearly, Pep Guardiola prefers to keep his team’s victory intact, not the three goals scored later. At the end of the first leg of the Champions League semi-final won by Manchester City against Real Madrid this Tuesday evening (4-3), the Skyblues coach described the immense joy the meeting had in front of them as completely insane.

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“Are you serious? No, you’re not serious,” Guardiola laughed in response to a reporter who asked him about the quality of the match. No one in the world would have enjoyed this match, with these brilliant goals. , 4 -0 would have been better. In fairy tales, on Mars or on Jupiter yes, but it doesn’t happen in football matches.”

“A good personality test for the team”

While his team took a 2-0, 3-1 and then 4-2 lead, the City coach was satisfied with the only goal difference before the return match the following Wednesday (9 p.m. on The Indian Paper 1). “We could have got a better result, but we have to play very well in both the matches. We played very well in the first match, it will be a good test of personality for the team. I am not complaining about the result or Performance, I am very proud of the way my team played, we tried everything to win, we were very brave with and without the ball, I would not say that we deserved better because the result is what He is, but we played very well. We knew from the start that there would be two matches and with even better results today, we should have gone to the Bernabeu to play a very good match.”

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