The hard blow of the elimination of the champions League shook Manchester City. However, Guardiola and the players managed to remain calm and not lose sight of any of its two outstanding objectives. With the Cup inside, it was necessary to define the Premier League, which had it as a leader and then the FA Cup. A week ago, he won his second consecutive league title and subtracted the final before Watford, which brought an extra condiment. If the citizens conquered the title, they would be the first club to achieve it in the history of the English male football. Despite all the pressure, Pep’s team continues to show that it is for more.
Guardiola keeps making history in England. Photo: Twitter @ManCity
In a crowded Wembley, Manchester City cost putting first but once David Silva’s first chance came, the match was full and absolute control. Without omen or Otamendi, the team stayed with the game for a landslide for 6 to 0 historical. In addition to the goal of opening the Spanish, the score was added Raheem Sterling, with three goals, Kevin De Bruyne, back from his injury, and Gabriel Jesus, who was all season competing with Kun, but always a few steps back.
With this triumph, City achieved a milestone for football in that country, more precisely in the male branch, which Guardiola himself was responsible for clarifying in a press conference. It turns out that Arsenal achieved this record in 1992/93 in feminine, and the last team to do it was just Manchster City, in the 2015/16 season.