Pep hopes “Walker” red card, big lesson Still satisfied with the team winning the group championship.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola spoke after the game They went on to lose 2-1 to RB Leipzig in their final Champions League game, which at the end of the game left right-back Kyle Walker. Got a red card and will get him banned in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Manchester City have won Group A with PSG as runners-up, with the last-16 clash taking place in February 2022.
“Kyle Walker is an important player for our team. And it shouldn’t have to lose him like this. I hope he learns from what happened.”
“It was a red card. Of course it’s clear But I didn’t sit for the interview after the game. To tell what happened in the dressing room of the team.”
“The game in the first half I think we lack in continuity of play. We had communication problems and they (Leipzig) are a very good team. We already knew that before the game. into the second half We did better in the first half, more aggressive, playing to win this game. Unfortunately, only one or two mistakes in the game were punished. and must lose in this game I congratulate them as well.” according to a report from ‘ufabet‘