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Sky is the limit for Man City - Guardiola

Wed 03 February 2021 | 22:58

City have been doing very well in recent weeks, but for Guardiola, the sky is the limit.

Manchester City

boss Pep Guardiola has claimed that they still have room for improvement despite his side's excellent performances in recent weeks.

Guardiola's side faced Burnley tonight and managed to win for the thirteenth time in a row. Gabriel Jesus put his team ahead in the third minute and then Rahim Sterling scored the second goal to give the Citizens an easy win at Turf Moor. With this victory, Guardiola's team is at the top of the table with one game less, three points higher than Manchester United, and now the Spanish coach claims that they can have better performances.

He told reporters:

"Can we improve? A lot. Today we lost some simple balls, that is the only thing I am concerned about," the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach told reporters after the final whistle. 

"I am asking them to do effort and the simple things well, we are trying. Today more than usual we lose simple balls, but in general I am satisfied, because we continue to be solid and create enough chances.

"Knowing that coming here, against Burnley away, it is always difficult. Today we did it again really well. We can do better, but in general I don't have regrets. The players are human beings and are fantastic.

"We were lucky to score early, after that the first time we started to break the lines. The first pass, the second half was much better, the first 15 minutes of the second half was the best.

"It's always a good result here, Burnley away. So everyone knows how difficult it is, and we didn't concede many chances again and created clear chances to score. I am satisfied."

 


source: SportMob