Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has shared his opinion on the 4-1 win over Wolverhampton in an EPL match.
“We got a bit worried when the scoreline was 1-1, but we reacted well and scored our goals. It was all deserved – we played very well. Matches are very tough and we won comfortably enough in the final minutes,” said Guardiola to BBC.
“The opponents were dangerous after tying the score, but we continued to possess the ball, didn’t give up. For us it was a good lesson in small details. But speaking about the game, we were very good.”
“This year’s calendar is very tight. We haven’t had a full week – a lot of games. And then there are the Wolves, a physically and mentally tough team. I’m more than pleased with what we’ve done.”
“Records? We will talk about records later. In England in winter – November, December, January – all hell breaks loose. So it’s quite an outstanding record. I am very proud. But Liverpool are still champions. We need points to take the EPL.”
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