Sunday 17 March 2024

Pep Guardiola And Manchester City Jude Bellingham, The Golden Kid Of Real Madrid

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised midfielder Jude Bellingham's significant impact on his team, which has been different from last season.


Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised midfielder Jude Bellingham's significant impact on his team, which has been different from last season. 


Bellingham, who signed with Real Madrid for around 103 million euros, has scored 20 goals and assisted nine for the Spanish team in all competitions. 


Guardiola acknowledged the challenge of playing for Real Madrid, but emphasized the importance of focusing on his own performance. The Champions League quarterfinals will take place on April 9-10 and April 16-17.


After his team was set to play Real Madrid in the Champions League quarterfinals, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola stated that his team is different from last season because of midfielder Jude Bellingham's "obvious" effect.


In the previous season's Champions League semi-finals, holders City defeated the 14-time champions, drawing 1-1 away and winning a decisive 4-0 at the Etihad in the second leg.


Over the course of the season, Bellingham, who cost around 103 million euros ($112.1 million) to sign with Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund, has scored 20 goals and assisted nine for the Spanish team in all competitions.


When questioned on Friday about the top La Liga scorer, the City manager said to reporters, "Bellingham's impact has been massive." This is not the same squad as it was last year. He clearly has influence; therefore, we need to figure out how he manages it."


"No one can dispute that playing for Real Madrid is always a difficult challenge. They are a remarkable team, and thanks to their prior success, they have a lot of influence over this tournament."



There will be times for them and times for us, the same as last season. We'll be closer the longer we can hold onto our moments. We'll attempt to put up a strong show in Madrid before repeating it here with our folks."


The quarterfinals of the Champions League will take place on April 9–10 for the first leg and April 16–17 for the second.


After the international break, City will play Arsenal in the Premier League and Newcastle United in the FA Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.


Source: wionews.com

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