Manchester City Trouble Shuffling Shakhtar Donetsk, Here’s Guardiola’s Comments

Manchester City Trouble Shuffling Shakhtar Donetsk, Here’s Guardiola’s Comments

Pep Guardiola admitted that Manchester City have managed to snatch a 2-0 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk Situs Judi Bola. Because according to him, this is a difficult game to live. He is also grateful for the end result.

The two teams that competed looked balanced throughout the first half, in the Champions League second matchday at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday (27/9) morning. Whereas usually, The Citizens can make control of the ball with ease but this time the Ukrainian representative successful stem Guardiola foster children.

City quality is proven, through quick goals after halftime. Precisely in the 48th minute, Kevin De Bruyne managed to break the deadlock and increasingly arouse their level of play.

Even so, the host after the difficulties again and had to wait until the 90th minute to secure the game, after Raheem Sterling listed his name on the scoreboard.

“A lot of praise for what we’ve done. The way Shakhtar plays, they demand a lot from us but high pressure from us is brilliant, “said the Catalan origin trainer.

“We had problems in the first half, we did not make a lot of success bait in a row but the second half was much better. We are very, very happy for this victory, ”

“They are very narrow and there is little room in between. But then our wing defenders were able to dictate and create many chances for four or five times, ”

“Even when the score 1-0, we are stable. We did not score many goals but it was a tiring match. The next game against Napoli will be even tighter. ”

The result of this victory at once makes City still unbeaten in eight matches in all competitions. And able to keep clean sheets in the last four games in a row.

The three points earned on Shakhtar make The Citizens top of Group F with two wins from two matches. The next game, they will face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League continued the seventh weekend this weekend. (Source: BT Sport)

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