Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Guardiola stresses importance of EFL Cup win

Guardiola stresses importance of EFL Cup win

"I didn't want to get out of control", Guardiola said.

Burnley entered the half-time break up 1-0 but City striker Sergio Aguero equalised just before the hour mark after reacting quickly from an Ilkay Gundogan free-kick.

Guardiola later claimed his gestures were simply a request for Burnley to leave the officials alone, but it was certainly an ugly scene and one that ended with fourth official Andy Haines ordering the Spaniard to return to his technical area.

Gundogan said: "It was a free-kick and the referee didn't tell me to wait".

"We've got a lot of respect for them - they have an fantastic team with an wonderful manager - but it's a massive opportunity to make a special moment again".

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"They are playing unbelievably well and they've got great players, but we know in football that anything's possible".

"But I think all the managers around the world, especially here, forget to make their job (easier). If they were offended, I am sorry".

Leroy Sane ran on to David Silva's pass to add the third before Bernardo Silva slotted the fourth into an empty net.

"I have to say it's an honour for me to have Sergio under my command", said Pep.

"Both of Sergio Aguero's goals were wonderful, there were clever and quick and I am happy with both of his goals", Guardiola told reporters. The quality he has is wonderful and we need him to score a lot of goals. The good thing is that we have two legs, so even if we don't show our best performance in the first leg, there is a second opportunity.

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"Again he's a very important player for us and we want to win something he's an essential player for us". Pep Guardiola's side staged a late comeback against Burnley in the FA Cup to continue the dream of a clean sweep of trophies alive.

"Fifty-six minutes into the game, you'd have been thinking this is an organised team that knows how to play".

Despite the early setback, there was no reason to be alarmed for Guardiola and Co. We looked a bit punch drunk, we didn't clear our lines on two occasions, our shape went a little bit, and teams like this have the power to nearly smell that moment, and then pick up their tempo.

"Now he is going back to Spain".

Manchester City have led by more than 1.5 goals at halftime in just 1 of their last 7 games in all competitions. "It's a tough draw for us but we want to keep going in that competition". "That's how it should be. Everybody's allowed to be passionate I believe".

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"Bit of a contentious one when Ashley is a few yards away motioning and he's the man supposed to be in the slot they passed it through, so I am bound to be aggrieved", Dyche said.

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