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Pep Guardiola makes PSG Champions League clash prediction.

Pep Guardiola makes PSG Champions League clash prediction.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says that “nobody can control the chaos”, as he was interviewed on how Manchester City can dodge similar events to 2019 in Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final second-leg against PSG.

Manchester City will take a 2-1 advantage into just their second ever Champions League semi-final on Tuesday night, having been knocked out at the quarter-final stages in the past three seasons.

Speaking ahead of the second leg fixture, Pep Guardiola said that “the second leg semi-final is always the toughest game, more than the final,” when he was questioned about his concerns ahead of welcoming PSG to the Etihad Stadium.

When asked about his worries and what concerns he has ahead of the game, Pep Guardiola answered,

“A few things. At the same time a lot of things I’m incredible optimistic. When we arrive in these stages, I’m more calm than before. I try to enjoy it. The players trained well today, yesterday.

“Everyone wants to play and help. We go out to win. I take a look, you know the quality of the opponent.”

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Pep went on to explain,


“The second leg semi final always the toughest game, more than the final. We are going to control our emotions to do exactly what we have to do. This is what I’m looking for, to try to convince the players that’s the best way to win this game.”

As well as his concerns, Pep Guardiola was also asked about his emotions, as he said:

“Emotions means you can’t predict a game, but it can be completely different to what you expect. You can’t play 90 minutes like we played the second half.

“It’s not going to happen, it will be tough, we will suffer. I’m sure we will react well and impose. It comes from inside, visualise what we have to do.

” It’s not different from what we’ve done over the last eight months, we don’t demand anything special.”

“How big will be our good moments will be the difference. After that belongs to the players, the desire to do something nice for us, to make a step forward, to individually say we will win the game.”

Manchester City were knocked out to Spurs at the Etihad Stadium in 2019, due to late drama courtesy of VAR, and when questioned if his team can avoid a repeat of such chaos ensuing, Pep Guardiola simply said:

“Nobody can control the chaos. I can’t predict what happens tomorrow. I would love to tell you but I don’t know. It’s the past, different teams, different clubs, different players, different moments.”

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