City's Guardiola left frustrated by 'most British' Burnley

by Olga Hunt February 4, 2018, 1:29
City's Guardiola left frustrated by 'most British' Burnley

He paid a heavy price for his miss as Johann Berg Gudmundsson swept the equaliser into the net for the home side with eight minutes remaining from a Matt Lowton cross as Sean Dyche's seventh-placed side earned a point.

Sterling missed another golden chance to score in the 71 minute when he got onto the end of a pin-point pass from Kyle Walker, but he fired inches wide of the target from just inside the box.

"It's been unbelievable to come to New York City to announce the tour and give some local fans a real surprise!" the Frenchman said. He's an absolutely incredible manager, the work that he has done with this team is unbelievable, and the team performance is absolutely outstanding, it really is. Admittedly, they created plenty of presentable opportunities after Danilo's long-range opener, but were unusually sloppy at the vital moment.

Jack Kennedy said: "Congratulations sterling on the worse miss I've ever see". He's scored more last-minute goals for us than anyone in this league. He and his 19 goals have played a major role in City's fine season but he himself admitted in an interview on Friday that he is more critical of his misses than anybody else.

"No I didn't change him for that reason", he told a news conference. "I try to improve on it every day".

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"The next day you focus on the next one (chance)".

Sane's injury was the latest to hit City. However, Guardiola's team is still leading the points table with a good margin.

"After the game against Burnley until next Wednesday the players will be resting", Guardiola added.

Throw in the fact that many of these players completed 90 minutes on Wednesday evening and it is especially understandable why they looked so short of both ideas and energy late on.

"Rather than saying in an interview "I haven't got the players", he could say he's brought a young player from the youth team who has been wonderful this season".

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