We haven’t done anything special – Guardiola-ZoomTech News

We haven’t done anything special – Guardiola-ZoomTech News

Guardiola has gained three Champions League titles as a supervisor – one with Manchester Metropolis and two with Barcelona

Pep Guardiola says Manchester Metropolis “have not finished something particular” having gained only one Champions League.

After successful the Premier League and FA Cup final season, Metropolis turned simply the second English crew to finish the Treble after they defeated Inter Milan 1-0 within the Champions League remaining.

Metropolis start their Champions League title defence after they tackle Crimson Star Belgrade at house on Tuesday.

“It’s going to be simpler. The toughest to win is the primary one,” Guardiola mentioned.

“For our membership to win the Champions League is unimaginable, however in perspective, what number of gained one Champions League? Lots.

“We’ve not finished something particular with only one, however we’re extremely proud.”

The Metropolis supervisor mentioned he has not re-watched his facet’s victory over Inter Milan in Istanbul, the place Spain midfielder Rodri scored the one objective.

“I did not watch the sport, by no means,” he mentioned.

“I had the sensation they [Inter Milan] have been a powerful crew. They proved it. It was a decent sport, however they confirmed how sturdy they’re and they’re a candidate once more.”

England defender Kyle Walker mentioned Metropolis, who’re prime of the Premier League with 5 wins from 5, is not going to dwell on final season’s Champions League success.

“What we have finished is up to now now, it is a new season. The supervisor drew a diagram and had us on the backside of the mountain and we have now to climb it once more,” mentioned Walker, who signed a contract extension with Metropolis final week.

“Going once more is what separates good groups from nice groups.”

Together with Serbian facet Crimson Star Belgrade, Metropolis are joined in Champions League Group G by German membership RB Leipzig and Swiss facet Younger Boys.

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