Commentators praise: "Gunduan's replacement - one of the greatest in Premier League history"
In England, Pep was complimented after the substitution that brought the turning point in the championship game: "We all thought he would bring in Grillish, but he made an ingenious move"
Monday, 23 May 2022, 07:07
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Summary of the dramatic comeback of Manchester City, which defeated Aston Villa 2: 3 and celebrated a championship (Sport 1)
Ilkai Gondwana arranged the championship for Manchester City yesterday (Sunday).
The German midfielder came in as a substitute in the 68th minute, scoring twice and leading a comeback en route to a 2-3 draw against Aston Villa.
One who received many compliments on the replacement was City coach Pep Guardiola.
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Gondwana (Photo: GettyImages, Michael Regan)
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said: "I think it's one of the biggest substitutions in Premier League history. We all thought he would put in Jack Grillish and he did not. He put in someone who is so calm and confident. Two great endings, he really pushed Take them forward. "
referred to Gonduan's first and said: "It was the spark, two substitutes were involved in that goal, Sterling cooked and Gonduan scored, they are two players who have been sorely missed by City until then. That's what she needed. Everyone talks about it Pep thinks too much "On things. Today he made an ingenious move. He put Gonduan in and got two goals, Sterling cooked. Just great."
Finished the praise for the coach: "Sterling made the difference, he was a real threat. City continue to play until the end. It's outstanding, all the credit to City. Pep is one of the greatest coaches of all time, I know people say it's not wisdom because he "He worked with great players, but still has to manage them, chart a style of play. City have been so consistent over the years and it comes from him. It's like Klopp at Liverpool."