The Spaniard coach was impressed how his side response after they concede 2 goals in just five minutes last night against Leicester City.
The former Catalan coach refuse to agree that his side Manchester City played badly against Leicester City last night, last night Guardiola’s crew face defeat from the Leicester side by 4-2, and the coach agrees that they must try to improve their defence.
The last year EPL champions who had been tarnish near the bottom of the EPL table this year before their match against the Sky Blue side, but in the first half within the 5 minutes they scored two goals against Manchester City last night.
In that match the Reigning EPL champions scored 4 goals to the Manchester City side and after that Aleksandar Kolarov and Nolito scored one goal each for the Manchester city side to and that hide a little bit Manchester City’s sparkling issue at the back.
In this season the Manchester City having some problem with their back four they have only 3 clean sheet’s this season in all the competitions so far,
The Manchester City manager added:
“No, I’m not disappointed with my players,”
“Somebody will tell them but they know, they are professionals, they are old enough to know what happened and hopefully in the future we can improve.”
The Manchester City side failed to deal with the Leicester City’s attacking approach last night, the Spaniard coach believes that the Manchester City needs to stop their defensive flakiness,
The coach thinks that which tactics he used in his Barcelona days and in this Bayern Munich days will be sufficient for the Manchester City also.
The coach voiced: “I have to improve to solve that, yeah, that’s true. I want to play the football of how I feel... because the basics of the way we play during the season - except a few times - it was quite good.
“So I cannot say today we played bad, that we didn’t play with the intention to create, but after four minutes at 2-0 [down], after the third goal, how we played the second half, we tried, but of course we concede a lot of goals.