Monday, 15 January 2018

Pep Guardiola Congratulates Liverpool After Breaking Man City's unbeaten Record

A seven-goal spectacle at Anfield Road on Sunday was a real treat for every football fan.
Liverpool beat Manchester City and broken their unbeatable run and after the match Pep Guardiola proved to be a graceful man, congratulating Jurgen Klopp with his side's victory.
"Congratulations to Liverpool. I have to give credit to the opponent," the City boss said to Sky Sports.

"We know how difficult Anfield is and how aggressive Jurgen Klopp's side are. We tried to make good build-up and found the spaces sometimes, but credit to Liverpool."
In the second half, The Reds struck three times in a short period.
He said: "In the second half, they could not make two or three passes in a row, but in 10, 15 minutes, it went from 1-1 to 4-1, and after that it was a complicated recovery.

"In that moment we were not solid enough. But we continued, at the end we could have scored two goals, but nothing.

"When every press conference in the last month said the Premier League is done, I always said, "No it's not already done", because there are still a lot of difficult games to play, You have to be focused on the next one and the next one. 

"We did that until now, and in the end we were not able to win. We are going to defend our position game by game."

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