first_imgPep Guardiola’s Manchester City He suffered a tough defeat against Tottenham by Jose Mourinho (2-0) this Sunday in North London. The skyblue had the domain of the ball (67% of total possession) and the best chances (18 shots) but the Spurs were able to endure until sentencing the game turning into goal (Berwijn and Son) two of their three total shots towards the goal of Ederson in the whole game.After the encounter, Pep Guardiola locked himself in the locker room with all Manchester City (players and staff) between 45 and 50 minutes Before going through the Sky Sports microphones first and then, go to the open press conference for all media.The coach was asked if the delay was due to his players being defeated by defeat and Guardiola denied it to SkySports microphones. “After playing like that? Never. How am I going to criticize them after making this game? I was talking to my staff and my wife. After playing like that it would be a big mistake to tell them how bad they are. We created many occasions and granted very few, “Guardiola said. In the press room, Pep continued to defend the same idea and revealed how the talk was with his players. “Generate a lot and that they do little to you, is the only way I know. We went out to win. I did not see a lack of desire to win or that we were out. The result is what it is. In the locker room we talk about how to move forward and follow. We have many months left to play, “he said.Risk of fine and no news from SterlingThis talk about “how to move forward” could cost Pep Guardiola a fine. According to Manchester Evening News, the coach could be fined by the Premier League for leaving late to offer his vision of the game to the media. Given these, Pep Guardiola could not bring more news about the situation of Raheem Sterling, who still has to undergo medical tests to know the extent of his left thigh injury. “I have not talked to doctors,” he said. The English was touched and could be low for the Champions League match that faces Real Madrid in three weeks.last_img read more