After winning the 30th trophy in his management career, Josep Pep Guardiola, Manager of the Manchester City Football Club in England, reacted to the sack of Jose Mourinho, Tottenham Hotspur's former manager.\
Throughout his career, which started many years ago in Barcelona, the former Barcelona coach has shown to the world that he is one of the largest of his generation.
Yesterday, he reached another incredible milestone, as Manchester City lifted the Carabao Cup for the 8th time (levelled with Liverpool).
As a consequence, with his one-nil victory over Ryan Mason's Tottenham Hotspur team yesterday, he became the manager with the most EFL titles.
Following the impressive victory, Pep Guardiola alluded to Jose Mourinho's sacking by his opponent of the day, Tottenham Hotspur.
He expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to play for a club like Manchester City. Despite the fact that he struggled to win anything in his first season as manager, he said the club united behind him more than ever.
He went on to say that even after the victory, the club president (Khaldoon Al Mubarak) was still behind him and next to him when they were defeated harder and stronger than when they were good.
Guardiola's emphasis on his UEFA Champions League match against the French Ligue 1 champion Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday's first two-legged tie match.
After Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea team shattered the dream of a quadruple in the Emirates FA Cup semi-finals a few weeks ago, he will be hoping to turn things around.
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