Guardiola calls out Man United and Chelsea as club's that rejected VAR

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola was not his usual composed self after Manchester City's victory against Tottenham Hotpsur, telling journalists he would not discuss his side's performances with the media. As soon as Chris Smalling's well-timed finish struck the back of Ederson's goal last Saturday to give United a 3-2 lead, numerous home fans at the Etihad Stadium turned to each other and lamented their collapse.

And manager Pep Guardiola says the Argentina forward could not train after that incident, but pushed himself in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue City's European campaign in the final 24 minutes of the second leg against Liverpool.

Guardiola seems to playing mind games to help his players. "They [Cleveland] won three games in a row, so in sports it can always happen". "We have 13 or 14 players for the next game plus the kids".

Argentina global Aguero came off the bench as City attempted to salvage their Champions League tie with Liverpool on Tuesday.

"After Tottenham we have one week long week to Swansea, one long week to West Ham just to win the two games to win the most important competition".

Guardiola's side missed the chance to seal the title when they lost 3-2 at home to bitter rivals United last week, either side of two Champions League quarter-final defeats to Liverpool, and the Spaniard believes his side could still be vulnerable. He played the last 15 or 20 minutes and, after the game, he said "I could not run, I cannot play".

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Guardiola cited the experience of Real Madrid in 2003-04.

Meanwhile, Guardiola revealed that City had backed the introduction of Video Assistant Referees (VAR) despite it being rejected by the Premier League. Now their task is to register five points from the remaining six games.

It's not unusual for a team to win a lot of a games and when they lose people ask "what happened?"

"We have to do it tomorrow".

"We are able to win two games".

"In football it can happen, of course it can, I assure you", said Guardiola when asked if City could yet feel the pressure of a challenge from United.

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