Manager not sure why leaders have had so few injuries‘It’s the same physios, cooks and wives’ as last seasonPep Guardiola is unsure why Manchester City have suffered so few injuries despite their hectic schedule, with the manager pointing to how players’ preparation has featured the same “physios, cooks and wives” this season.
Guardiola hailed City players from Colin Bell and Mike Summerbee to Vincent Kompany and David Silva after the club reached their first European Cup final
The Liverpool manager praised Pep Guardiola’s side after they reclaimed the Premier League title
City will take slender advantage into second leg after turnaround in Paris
Excitement had rippled across the City fanbase after Haaland and Foden warmly embraced at the end of the second-leg tie at the Eithad, with many believing it centered around a summer deal.
Manchester City fell way short of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool last season but regained the crown with a stunning winning sequence over the winter months and Guardiola is full of praise for Klopp.
A Champions League semi-final always carries huge significance regardless, but for Pep Guardiola this could be truly defining for his managerial legacy.
The genius behind Manchester City’s success has lifted himself to new heights as his team again showed they are the best English football has to offer, writes Miguel Delaney
The soon-to-be title-holders could end the campaign as domestic and European champions
‘This was the hardest one. We will always remember this season for the way that we won’
‘It was a huge victory for us. What the players have done is incredible in the toughest year’
No side has conceded fewer goals than the 24 Manchester City have let in in the Premier League this season, while they have conceded just four goals in the Champions League this term.