Guardiola: My legacy will go down in the books, to get Real we have to have a plan

Manchester City coach Pep Guardola pointed out that his club’s results are memorable regardless of whether they won the Champions League title or not.

“My legacy, our legacy is already extraordinary.” My legacy may go down in the books one day. The legacy is that we spent a great period here, played great football. “The best legacy you can leave behind is that you played incredible football,” Guardiola said.

City will play against Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals at their stadium on Wednesday at 21:00. The result of the first match was 1:1 in Madrid.

“We know how important Wednesday’s game is, maybe one of the most important for us.” We cannot dispute that. But I have already told the players to enjoy the moment, to realize how lucky they are to be where they are… We will give everything, really everything”.

“Citizens” have a plan to reach the finals.

“We know how important the match with Real is for this competition. We have to play like we do all the time and stay us, I’m grateful to the team for what we did. We are very excited, in order to beat Real we must have a game plan and be ready to change the match and create chances. “Real has a lot of quality.”

Real is the best club in the history of the Champions League and just knocked out City last season on the way to the trophy.

“If I knew why they are so good in the Champions League, I would know to beat them.” They have great players and they base their success on that. Milan won with Sacchi and Capella and those players had top players. What scares me about Real is that they always have an incredible watch. However, we have to minimize Real’s threats. We cannot think of the past. We have to play the best game,” Guardiola concluded.

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