Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has revealed that the board of the club told him that he had to win the Champions League trophy ever since his first year as the coach of the club.
Guardiola disclosed this to reporters after his team defeated Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night to qualify for the quarter-final.
City have now won 24 of 25 matches in all competitions, but will likely encounter a top-tier continental giant in the last-eight.
Guardiola said, “Since the first year I arrived, they told me that I have to win the Champions League. I’m not thinking to get to the semi-finals. I am thinking to do a good first game and a good second game. When you are thinking about what you are going to win, you forget what you have to do – analyze the opponent, our shape, the way we want to play, our principles, and trying to do a good game.”
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