City’s boss says his side changed little things in the second half as after the victory over PSG in the first leg of the Champions League.
Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola reveals that his side had to adjust few things that are not important to turn things around against PSG in the Champions League.
City came back from a goal down in the second half to win in France after goal from Riyad Mahrez sealed the win for the English team.
City boss stated in an interview stated that his change little things after the break team talk to get a win in the first leg.
The Catalan hails his side for the changing their attitude from not playing up to expectation to playing better in the second half.
“Normally when you are not good, you lose 3-0 and it’s over. When you play knock-out stages, semi-final first leg, the players are thinking about not losing.
“You can’t win qualification in first leg – but you can lose it. So, I understand the players. Sometimes you feel not comfortable. But we spoke at half time and adjusted a few little stupid things, not important things. [The turnaround] depended on the players.”
The former Bayern Munich manager stated that the job is half way done, but insist if they focus they might get the chance to be in the final.