Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Three Things We Learnt From Watching Manchester City Win Again

Three Things We Learnt From Watching Manchester City Win Again

'We also welcome Liverpool FC's acknowledgement of homophobic chants from home supporters at the game and their commitment to rid such sentiment from their stadium'.

"As a proud member of Stonewall's Diversity Champions programme, we are committed to LGBT equality across all areas of the Club and have contacted them and our own affiliated LBGT group Kop Outs for further support". I don't see us slowing down now.

"Why can't Spurs win the Champions League?". The football was fair, the games entertaining enough, but it felt as if both clubs were being controlled by the television company who had scheduled their kick-offs to happen back-to-back, on Sunday afternoon.

"One thing really stuck with me".

The Red Devils have particularly struggled on the road, dropping three straight, ending an impressive nine-match win streak away from Old Trafford. Klopp wanted me to come to Borussia Dortmund, and they played the kind of football that I enjoy. I know at Bayern Munich, we won absolutely everything except the Champions League and it was a big failure.

"I don't think a lot of things are impossible, that is the mindset of different people and if you don't dream big then you are not going to get anywhere near it", he said.

'The plan was always for me to go on loan for a bit, ' he says. I understand the others are better too, in this competition.

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Acknowledging that much has been said and written in the press about his relationship with his former manager, he says that he only ever spoke to him twice.

"I had never met him, and from what I'd read about him..."

"I think there could be another surprise, but I expect the Ronaldo factor to be decisive in the end", he said.

"There's five games left, it's in our hands but if we just drop one or two points we won't be champions so we have to win all our games".

Yet, to some, Guardiola's record in soccer's grandest club competition is increasingly becoming a stain on his otherwise stacked resume, and the Manchester City manager is 90 minutes away from delivering another underwhelming Champions League campaign.

City, however, sealed the deal with their third of the match as De Bruyne latched on to a poor pass from defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka before feeding substitute Gabriel Jesus who finished emphatically. You describe a reality and the reality is there but tomorrow we are going to be on the pitch and [will] try and win the game.

"For us to beat them in the first leg was an fantastic result but we know very well the tie is still open and tomorrow is going to be very tough".

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