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Manchester City boss Guardiola refuses to apologize

Manchester [UK], September 17 (ANI): Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola apologizes to club supporters for appearing to criticize fans after defeating RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League. Rejected.

In particular, after defeating RB Leipzig 6-3 in the Champions League on Wednesday, the city boss said “I want more people” on Saturday due to the Premier League clash with Southampton. The Catalan coach believes his words were misinterpreted.

“Did you say you were disappointed that the stadium wasn’t full after the match against Leipzig?” Guardiola said at a press conference on Friday, according to goal.com. “Interpretation is an interpretation and I’m not going to apologize for what I said. I don’t say anything wrong, I’m surprised at what happened about this.” “What I said Is that i love [it], Need support. It doesn’t matter how many people come, but we need support, so please enjoy the game. Even after five seasons, I don’t understand what I’m doing because I want to misunderstand what I said. “

On the field, Nathan Aké and Jack Grealish scored for the first time in the Champions League as Manchester City beat RB Leipzig with a nine-goal thriller and started the group stage campaign positively. With supporters returning to Etihad Stadium in Thailand for the first time since November 2019, Pep Guardiola’s men have become the fastest British team to achieve 50 wins with a staggering 6-3 victory. rice field.

The defending champion, who is fifth in the Premier League, will face Southampton with the last four wins in every tournament and 17 goals in the process. The record is particularly striking at Etihad Stadium, where Pep Guardiola’s men won 5-0 each in a domestic match against Norwich and Arsenal before scoring six points against RB Leipzig on Wednesday night.

Saturday’s opponent is currently 14th in the Premier League and has scored 3 points in the last four games. (ANI)

Manchester City boss Guardiola refuses to apologize

SourceManchester City boss Guardiola refuses to apologize

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