Since taking over as the manager of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola has overseen a remarkable goal-scoring record in the Premier League. As Reported by Squawka, His team has scored a staggering 658 goals in 264 games, a testament to the attacking prowess and tactical brilliance instilled by the Spanish manager.
Interestingly, there are only two stadiums in the Premier League where Guardiola's Manchester City have failed to find the net. These two stadiums are Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the old White Hart Lane, which was the home ground of Tottenham Hotspur before they moved to their new stadium. This statistic highlights the defensive resilience of Tottenham on their home turf and the challenge that City has faced when playing against them in recent years.
In a recent interview with Sky Sport, Guardiola expressed his next target if Manchester City were to win the Treble. He stated that his ambition is to score a goal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This comment emphasizes Guardiola's competitive spirit and determination to conquer every challenge he encounters.
For Guardiola, scoring at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium would not only be a personal achievement but also a symbolic victory. It would represent his ability to overcome a defensive barrier and add another milestone to his already illustrious managerial career.
Next season, all eyes will be on Manchester City and their encounters with Tottenham at their home ground. Football fans will eagerly anticipate whether Guardiola's side can break the goal drought and continue their impressive goal-scoring run in the Premier League.
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