Publicado: Sol, Abril 15, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Fuming Guardiola blames referees for Manchester City's Champions League exit

Fuming Guardiola blames referees for Manchester City's Champions League exit

Gabriel Jesus had stirred hopes of an improbable comeback when he struck inside two minutes but a dominant first-half display in which Bernardo Silva hit the post and Leroy Sane saw a goal wrongly disallowed failed to yield further reward.

City recovered to win that game 5-3 but lost the tie.

Mohamed Salah's goal calmed Liverpool nerves at the Etihad.

"I was expecting something like that but I liked the reaction immediately after that".

With Tottenham unbeaten in 14 Premier League matches, and demonstrating their appetite for big occasions with a 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge, Saturday will be a huge test for City. But it is vital that Hodgson's side claim a win this weekend to kickstart their survival bid - and what better fixture to do it in than at home to bitter rivals Brighton.

Liverpool are back in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in a decade.

Kelly grew up in Newcastle and supported the Magpies but said he always knew he was in the wrong city and moved to Merseyside 10 years ago.

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James Milner made a crucial block when Karius could only parry into Bernardo Silva's path as the game's one-sided pattern continued, and after crafting space to curl just wide of the far post, Silva went even closer when he cracked the goalframe.

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With the title still to be wrapped up, Guardiola called on his players to make one last push at the end of what had been a fabulous campaign until the last seven days.

"City took all the risks they could take, we needed a bit of luck and a disciplined defending formation". Perhaps it will have convinced Mourinho to move his star player closer to the attack, with a home game against the basement side providing the perfect opportunity to experiment.

"When you concede one goal and score five against Manchester City I think we should respect Liverpool more".

Although it looks bleak at the moment, Palace's destiny is in their own hands.

"From a personal point of view I don't want Real Madrid in the semi-finals". Given all the off-field distractions this season, victory against the Gunners en route to a top-half finish would be a remarkable achievement. They have a relatively favourable run-in, with every opponent aside from Leicester currently in the bottom half.

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