Guardiola on the win over Wolves: “Liverpool are still champions. You have to take points to win the EPL”

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Pep Guardiola, Manchester City’s head coach, has spoken out about his team’s 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in an EPL match.

“When the score was 1-1, we were a little concerned, but we answered well and scored our goals. It was all well-deserved; we performed admirably. Matches are incredibly difficult, and we won by a safe margin in the final minutes,” Guardiola told the BBC.

“After tying the score, the opponents were risky, but we kept possession of the ball and didn’t give up. It was a good lesson in small information for us. But, in terms of the game, we were excellent.”

“The timetable for this year is incredibly tight. We haven’t had a full week since there have been so many games. The Wolves, on the other hand, are a physically and psychologically strong band. I’m quite pleased with what we’ve accomplished.”

“Do you have any records?” We’ll get back to the documents later. All hell breaks loose in England during the winter months of November, December, and January. As a result, it’s a remarkable accomplishment. I am very pleased with myself. Liverpool, on the other side, remains champions. To win the EPL, we need points.”

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