Manchester City defeated RB Leipzig six goals to three on Tuesday night and the former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola criticised the Manchester City supporters for their lack of attendances at the Champions League tie. In his press conference today, the Manchester City manager didn’t retract his comments and wants to see more fans at the match this Saturday when they take on Southampton at 3pm.
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"I didn't say anything wrong! It doesn't matter how many people come!" 🗣️
Pep Guardiola will NOT apologise for urging more Manchester City supporters to attend Saturday's match against Southampton… 🎙️💬 pic.twitter.com/pmjqTiCgpS
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) September 17, 2021
There’s a bit of pressure on Guardiola this season, with the Spanish manager hoping to land the Champions League trophy for the first time in the history of Manchester City.