Manchester City FC defeated Tottenham Hotspur to secure the EFL Cup, and now the English club will be looking towards their UEFA Champions League matchup against Paris Saint-Germain.
Although not the most prestigious trophies, it’s still one that Manchester City wanted to add to their 2020-21 trophy cabinet.
Manager Pep Guardiola spoke about putting out a starting eleven to secure a trophy for their side while also have an eye on this week’s first leg against the capital club during his post-match press conference.
ESPN relayed the comments made by the Spanish tactician.
“We cannot deny it; you have one eye on the Champions League,” Guardiola said. “[But] Every game we take seriously, or it is impossible to win four Carabao Cups in a row.”
“Now we rest and prepare the semifinal against PSG, after that we are two wins away from trying to win again the most important title of the season. The Premier League is nicest one; it’s the one I am so proud of. We are close. We need two victories. Between this crazy schedule, between the games against PSG, we’ll try to win the first one against Crystal Palace.”
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