Manchested united boss “Pep Guardiola” Says, He Felt “Guilty” After Citizens Draw Blank

The prominent manager of the England team “Manchester City” says that he felt guilty after his team failed to put on a show in Saturday’s game draw with Southampton.
Guardiola had earlier denied to apologise for calling on “Manchester City” fans to attend the game in the aftermath of Wednesday’s 6-3 Champions League win over RB Leipzig.
His side managed just a single shot on target in Saturday’s stalemate.
Always when the game is not good I feel bad, Guardiola said. “The fans come to see a show, to see a game. When it doesn’t happen I feel a bit guilty because we didn’t play good.”
The official attendance at Etihad Stadium on Saturday was 52,698 – City’s biggest of the season so far and much higher than the 38,062-crowd against Leipzig in the middle of the week – but the vociferous home support failed to stimulate the Premier League.
However, “Guardiola” reiterated afterwards that his comments in the wake of Wednesday’s Group A victory were miscalculated.
“I didn’t say anything wrong after Leipzig,” he expressed. “I said we had an incredibly tough game against Southampton and we would need the support from the fans. “I never complained about how many come or don’t come. I have never thought this in my life. I don’t know why people are asking me this question. I’m grateful even if 85 or 100 people come.”
Furthermore, City performance was very poor in possession and lacked their usual attacking spark against Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side. With their only effort on target coming in the 90th minute.
The opponent played well and were awarded a second-half penalty for a foul on Adam Armstrong by Kyle Walker – who was subsequently sent off – but both decisions were overturned by referee Jon Moss after he watched replays of the incident again on the pitch side monitor.
“We were not good in our build-up, we lost simple balls in our process because we were not clever and a little bit sloppy,” Guardiola said. “That is why I have to compliment Southampton. We move forward.”
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