Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola has admitted ranting a ‘Ah, s***!’ on Liverpool’s late win against Mauricio Pochettino’s side on Sunday night in their Premier League encounter.
The Reds jumped-frog City to land at the top when Toby Alderweireld mistakenly scored a stoppage 90th-minute own goal to give Klopp’s men a 2-1 win.
Guardiola reacted seeing his side sliding down;
‘When you see them score, you say, ‘Ah, s***!’ but after five or 10 minutes you think, ‘Nice’,
‘It’s a terrible challenge but nobody said it would be easy. Nobody. I knew it, we know it. It’s a better challenge,
‘It will be amazing what we are going to live against an amazing team, fighting against them,
The Premier League champions will tackle Brighton and Hove Albion in FA Cup semi-final on Saturday and Champions League quarter-final against Tottenham in a week’s time and Guardiola believes his EFL Cup winners must embrace the experience of chasing an unprecedented quadruple.
‘It’s amazing to live this opportunity and be there – to beat Cardiff as a main target to be back on the top of the league with six games to go,” he said.
‘Then after to go to Wembley again, to achieve the one final I never played in my life – the oldest trophy ever. And after that the Champions League.
‘We passed tough moments in the season to live tough moments and we are fortunate to live it, the City boss added.