Guardiola: “It’s harder to win the Premier League than the Champions League”

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. Getty Images Korea

[풋볼리스트] Reporter Yoo Hyun-tae = Manager Pep Guardiola is burning his enthusiasm to secure Manchester City’s Premier League title.

Manchester City will face Aston Villa in Round 38 of the 2021-2022 English Premier League to be held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England on the 23rd (Korean time). If Manchester City win this match, they will secure the Premier League title on their own.

Manchester City currently lead with 90 points. Liverpool, in second place, are closely behind with 89 points. Although Liverpool are in second place, they have already won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup this season, and have reached the Champions League final, and the atmosphere is good.

On the other hand, Manchester City beat Real Madrid in the Champions League and went right before reaching the final, then allowed a comeback and were eliminated. Following last season’s runners-up, they have been struggling in the Champions League this season as well. It is a situation where we need to take comfort in winning the Premier League.

Ahead of an important game, Guardiola reflected on the meaning of winning the Premier League. According to a report by Spanish sports newspaper Marca on the 20th, manager Guardiola said, “It is more difficult to win the Premier League. The matches take place over several dozen weeks, and there are countless matches to be played. There are a lot of injuries, and both good and bad moments come. It has been successful over the past few years. are different situations. “It feels like you’re spending every day on the pitch to fight for the Premier League title,” he said.

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Manager Guardiola continues to work hard to give City the first ‘big year’ in history, but he has not been able to get over the last hurdle. “I don’t want to say that the Champions League doesn’t matter,” he said. I really wanted to be in Paris next week. But winning 38 matches is very different from winning 6 or 7 games.”

However, he said he would do his best to win the Premier League. “We play to win,” Guardiola said. But there are some things you can’t control. He should play like he played last month. It’s just one game. I’m not going to do anything new.”

Photo = Getty Images Korea

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