Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has today deliver his verdict concerning their win against Chelsea last weekend on Saturday. Manchester City defeated Chelsea with one goal from Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. According to the England Sky Sports News today morning, Guardiola has single out two Chelsea players who caused them to defeat the Blues.
According to the ESPN news from the transfer insiders, Pep Guardiola claimed that the absence of Mason Mount and Reece James made it easier for the Citizens to defeat the Blues. Pep further admitted that he is a huge fan of both Reece James and Mason Mount.
"When I saw their line up and learned that Mount and Reece were not there I felt happier and positive of our win against them" says Pep Guardiola according to the England Sky Sports News today morning.
Recently Pep Guardiola claimed that he admires to coach both Reece James and Mason Mount someday before he retires from his managerial position. It's up to now unclear if Guardiola wanted to join Chelsea or did he wants the Chelsea duo at Etihad stadium.
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