Have no Messi or Ronaldo, City must unite as a team

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has constantly appealed to his players to unite and work together as a team, considering that they do not have a player who can influence the final result of the match like Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.

Last week, Citizen won 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League continued. Considering that the closest rivals like MU and Liverpool have failed to reach full points, Pep Guardiola’s troops are increasingly firm at the top of the standings.

In his last few matches in all competitions, there have been a number of Manchester City players who have diligently made important contributions such as goals and assists, for example Ilkay Gundogan.

However, about that coach Pep Guardiola emphasized that his team must continue to work together as a team, unite as a team, because they do not have players who can make the difference in matches like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

“We don’t have players who can win matches alone. We don’t have players like Messi, like Cristiano, Mbappe or Neymar. We have to do it as a team,” Pep told Goal international.

So, does the former Barcelona coach expect the club to recruit players like Messi and Ronaldo? Of course Pep Guardola likes it when there are players like that in his squad, but he is quite satisfied with the current composition.

In fact, if there is an offer to swap players from Messi or Ronaldo with existing players, Pep will reject it.

“To be honest, I would love to have a player who can score four goals in every game and run like my players, I would be happy,”

“However, I will not change the players we have at this time, in this season. They are all important.” continued Pep.

Actually, Manchester City had a series of bad results at the start of this season. But slowly, the Manchester club managed to rise and are now perched comfortably at the top of the standings.

“Big teams, the best players, can be seen in bad moments. It’s easy to play when everything is going well, and we’ve had bad moments this season,” he concluded.

Leave a Comment