Manchester City is arguably the best team in the English Premier League. The Cytizens are currently on top of the table and by the look of things, they might win this season's English Premier League title. Pep Guardiola who is regarded by many football fans as the best manager in the world is doing an impressive job at Manchester City. However, the Spanish international believes that his team is still not playing in the perfect way.
Pep Guardiola has revealed that Manchester City's major weakness is defending. Pep Guardiola believes that his team is not good at defending. The former FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager thinks that Liverpool are good at defending compared to his team.
Pep Guardiola said;
"Our major weakness is when it comes to defending. So individually Bernardo, Gundogan, Riyad, Sterling, even Joao Cancelo, Zichenko, we are not good defenders. Liverpool defend better than we do.
But we have the ball. The ball is the only reason why we are stable. What you do with it - it's the only reason."
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