The Manchester City manager has reviewed the conquest of the first Champions League in the history of the English club
The Sampedor manager has compared ‘Orejona’ to the World Cup won by Leo Messi in Qatar
He Manchester City was crowned as Champions League champions for the first time in its history. The long-awaited conquest of maximum competition European clubs was the last goal of the millionaire project English team.
The triumph in Istanbul unleashed a excessive cheering in Manchester. The relief of conquering ‘Orejona’ suspected for the first time Remove a big stone in the club’s history and complete a winning cycle It started with the arrival of Pep Guardiola on the bench.
The technician from Sanpedor reviewed the victory in the highest European competition in a Interview with Diario Olé: “The Champions League is a competition very hard to winwe all know it and it’s something that happens very rarely in your life So to win it again and to this club that made me feel so welcome That is a very good thing.”
Guardiola remembered Leo Messi When he accepted the coveted trophy and compared the sensation he experienced to that of the Argentine in Qatar: “I think the job is done. I don’t want to compare myself much less to Leo (Messi) though There’s a picture of him at the World Cup saying, “That’s it, that’s it.” NO? Well, in this club I need to know it’s already there. Even these champions make sense of it five prime ministers that we won,” admitted the Catalan.