Man City manager Guardiola offers no excuses and admits Tottenham won every fight
Pep Guardiola was brutally honest after watching his Manchester City side lose for the first time this season.
But after claiming his Premier League leaders lost ‘every fight’ against Tottenham in their 2-0 defeat at White Hart Lane, the Catalan refused to hide behind any excuses.
He was adamant that the thrilling draw against Celtic - which left his players so tired they ‘couldn’t talk’ - was not the reason for City’s surrender.
And he insisted the absence of the injured Kevin de Bruyne wasn’t a crucial factor either.
“If they want to achieve at that level, to compete all the season, you... read more
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