Pep Guardiola warns Manchester City of “strongest team in the world”
9 November 2019
England- Pep Guardiola has warned his Manchester City that they face a huge challenge at Anfield against unbeaten Liverpool who according to him are the “strongest in the world.”
Manchester City takes on the Premier League leaders Liverpool with a chance to take the gap to three points in what has already proved to be a tittle decider so early in the season with Guardiola at his press conference revealing the challenge faced.
“They’re an exceptional team, the stadium makes an influence, of course, the history speaks for itself. Of course it’s something special, but I think it’s more for the quality of the team and what they do, the quality for the players and the manager that they have. I believe more in that,” he said before adding: “Right now it’s one of the toughest ones, I would say right now it’s the toughest stadium in Europe to go to.”
Guardiola continued: “For me as a manager, I said last season when we won the Premier League, that they are the best contender I’ve faced in my career.
“That’s why to win this league was one of the biggest achievements we’ve achieved as a club, as a person, and it remains the same. So probably right now they are the strongest team in the world.”