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Guardiola resigns from Manchester City’s “disaster”: “It was deserved”

Guardiola resigns from Manchester City’s “disaster”: “It was deserved”

Hey Manchester City returned, on Saturday, to make its move in the race to regain the English Premier League title, after failing to overcome a 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace, after reaching victory in the 76th minute with a score of 2-0. .

After the final whistle, at Al-Ittihad Stadium, the Citizens coach, Pep Guardiola, seemed resigned to such a “defeat,” in statements he made in the quick interview area of ​​the British “Sky Sports” television station.

“We lost two points because of our decisions. We got a penalty, which was deserved, because this couldn’t happen, but it happened. We played very well. It was a very, very good performance. Every detail was very good.” “, he started by saying.

The Catalan coach continued: “We did not receive anything. We defended well from set pieces, as they are strong, and we played patiently, because they have ten players behind the ball line, and this is not an easy thing.”

He added, “We created more and conceded almost nothing, but we are unable to win games. That already happened against Tottenham and Liverpool. Today, we were unable to get points. We cannot do anything else.”

Read also: Manchester City wastes its advantage and “collapses” at home

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