Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes his side will grab the Champions League as he claims he is confidence in his team.
Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola is hopeful his side will utilize the Champions League opportunity.
City will face Chelsea in the European competition as the side appear in their first final of the prestigious competition.
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Pep Guardiola’s men claim the Carabao cup and also the Premier League and the Spaniard is looking to add another trophy in the cabinet for the season.
However, the game will be a tight one has Chelsea’s manager Thomas Tuchel who emerge as a runner last season won’t want to bottle it again.
Speaking ahead of the game Guardiola insists that though they are new to this but he have confidence in his team.
“When we won the 1992 [final] in Barcelona, they lose two or three times [before],” Guardiola said at the first of two pre-match press conferences this week.
“Some were unlucky, so unlucky. Sometimes you need time.
“Sometimes clubs need more finals to win the first one, others need one shot. Hopefully that will be the case.
“We are new for many things. In this period we live, back to back [Premier League titles] for the first time, break a lot of records, semi-final for the second time, final for the first time.
“As a club we’re not old in this case. In terms of how excited, delighted, satisfied, nobody can beat us.
“I am so confident in my team. You cannot imagine how confident I am in my team and what we have to do.”