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After Chelsea Won Man City, Read What Guardiola Said About Chelsea 7 Players In The Middle

Manchester City Head Coach speaks after his loss to Chelsea as he admits it's not easy playing against Chelsea tactics.

Pep Guardiola a Coach with great potential. And the master of mind in the footballing world, a man who has dominated in different leagues, best known for his managerial style, the Tiki-Taka, Guardiola the most feared manager. And was going for a Quadruple this season, but Chelsea who is hoping for the doubles this season destroyed those dreams In after their meet at Wembley Stadium.

Chelsea successfully defeated Manchester City and this was the last test which most fans were waiting.

The Great Coach has some things to say after his defeat to the Blues.

Pep said "We didn't create Much but we were there, in the last minutes," he added saying" we increased the quality rhythm in the final third, but congratulations Chelsea".

What caught my attention in his press conference was "they're quality, strong, well-organized with Seven Players in the middle, it's not easy"

Pep's one of the coaches I respect the most. He knows his quality but always tries to humble himself, he isn't like some managers who bragged because of the career Trophies.

But Football is no longer about possession it's all about who has a good game plan and manages to execute it the right way why would Chelsea deploy 5 attacking players when they've already got the goal they wanted?! The next thing was to protect their goal which they did excellently defended.

However, looking at what Pep said about 7 Players in the midfield he was talking about Ngolo Kante, The man with the 7 number because after making my research I couldn't see any seven players deployed in Midfield, they were all four players.

Who do you think Pep was referring to by saying 7 Players in the midfield?

Share your thoughts.

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