Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola expects Celtic to come out of traps as if they were facing Rangers
PEP GUARDIOLA expects tomorrow night’s Champions League crunch to be an Old Firm re-run.
The Manchester City boss is disregarding Celtic ’s 7-0 Match Day One thrashing by Barcelona.
Instead, Guardiola is focused on the performance of the Scottish champions in their 5-1 drubbing of Rangers three days before the Nou Camp when he assesses the task facing his troops at Parkhead.
He said: “I saw the game against Rangers, how intense it was.
SNS “It was completely different from Barcelona, when they were waiting and being passive.
“The Rangers game was so aggressive with high, high pressing.... read more
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