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Guardiola insists the team still needs to prove its worth

Tue 16 March 2021 | 12:46

The Citizens boss believes they have performed well this season, but it all will be for nothing if they can’t get their hands on a silverware.

Manchester City

are battling in four fronts this season. They had a slow start to the Premier League but gradually found their perfect form and now with 71 points, they are leading in the table, 14 points clear of the second-place

Manchester United

.

Manchester City are also one of the main contenders for the Champions League title this season. Pep Guardiola's side, who defeated

Monchengladbach

2-0 in the first leg of the Champions League last-16, are set the face the Germans on the second leg tonight.

The Sky Blues are also going to face

Tottenham

in the Carabao Cup final on April 25 and Everton in the FA Cup quarter-final on March 20.

Despite being a main contender in all of these four fronts, Man City boss

Pep Guardiola

believes they have achieved nothing until they actually get their hands on a trophy.

“Right now, it the team is worse than the previous ones as those teams won the lot and they’ve won nothing this year,”

Guardiola said.

“We are waiting for results, titles we can lift, that’s why the previous Man City won and this team still have to prove it.”

The Spaniard also believes it is unlikely for the Citizens to win a quadruple.

"Four titles has never happened before and I think it is not going to happen. We just think about the next one and then Goodison Park.

"Hopefully the players can come back safe and well from the international break because we play for important things."


source: SportMob