Pep Guardiola admits have no concern about the standings

Manchester City recorded a series of bad results at the start of this season so that they slumped in the 2020/21 Premier League standings. However, coach Pep Guardiola admits that he doesn’t care about this fact.

City have played only three Premier League games this season, where of the three games, they have only won one win. None other than, the victory was won in the first match at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Then in the second match at Leicester City headquarters, De Bruyne cs bowed listless. Brendan Rodgers’ troops won by a landslide score of 5-2.

While in the third party against Leeds United, which in fact is the promotion team this season, Citizen was only able to draw 1-1. In fact, in that match, they took the lead thanks to Raheem Sterling’s goal.

But the victory ran aground when Rodrigo scored an equalizer in the second half.

With this draw, Manchester City have now only collected four points from the three parties that have been played. Even with these results they have to be displaced to 14th place in the standings.

But coach Pep Guardiola is not interested in discussing the standings, because according to him this is only the beginning of the season where people cannot just draw conclusions.

“We have one game less. I know we have to win games to be at the top, ”

“But I don’t think after three games about whether we will win the league. This is what it is. I know where we are now. I am satisfied with what they have done so far.

“We need to finish a few things and we are still a little far from the best.” said Guardiola on the club’s official website.

Apart from that, the former Bayern Munich and Barcelona coach still admits that the match against Leeds United was fierce and difficult.

“I know how tough the league is and our opponents don’t drop many points. Today was a completely different game with Leicester because the opponents played very differently. I’m very proud of these players and the team. ” He said.

Penulis: | 5 Oktober 2020 | blog