Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City manager, sent out a message to the team’s fans demanding that they take to the stands of the Al Ittihad Stadium to support the team against its guest Arsenal.
Tomorrow evening, Wednesday, the long-awaited and “decisive” match in determining the winner of the English Premier League this season between Manchester City and its guest Arsenal will take place at the Al-Ittihad Stadium in the thirty-third round. Premier League.
Arsenal top the table with 75 points from 32 matches, followed by Manchester City in second place with 70 points from 30 matches.
Guardiola has a real opportunity to remove his compatriot and friend Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s manager, the Gunners, who have drawn their last three matches, from the top of the standings and come close to retaining the title.
Pep Guardiola described the match as a “final”, as he said in a comment posted on Manchester City’s official website: “Wednesday is the final against a team that is the best in England and 5 points ahead of us.”
And he added: “I hope that on this day Manchester will be all in blue and come to support us, because we need this noise from the first minute to the end, because I know what kind of opponent we will face.”
And the Spanish coach continued: “I also know that they have drawn in the last 3 matches, the way they played in the big moments of the match is hard to stop, you have to read carefully what you want to do.”
And he continued: “This is a big and important match for us, we know that the victory will give us a step to take everything into our own hands.”
And Pep Guardiola continued: “The Premier League is about 11 months of work, work, work and we want to have that opportunity”, explaining: “We can’t do it alone, we hope the Etihad Stadium will be filled in 3 hours before the start of the match. correspond.”
Pep Guardiola had previously criticized his Manchester City team’s supporters for a lack of strong support after reaching and beating Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 last January, saying the fans had been “silent for 45 minutes”.
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