Pep Guardiola has just done what no other manager has ever achieved in the history of football.
It all started when he won the LaLiga with Barcelona not just once but three seasons in a row between 2009-2011.
That time, Barça's fiercest rival Real Madrid possessed world-class players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel Di Maria and also had Jose Mourinho as coach, but Guardiola still dominated the league for 3 consecutive years.
The Spanish man would later join Bayern Munich where he repeated the same feat, winning the league 3 consecutive times before moving to Manchester City where he's now dominating English football with the Citizens.
Although Guardiola didn't win the Premier League title in his first season as City manager, he bounced back to win it 2 consecutive times in 2018 and 2019.
Then in 2020, Liverpool stopped Guardiola from making it a treble, but he didn't relent as he went on to lead Man City to back-to-back-to-back league titles between 2021-2023.
He's now the first and only manager in the history of football to ever win the league 3 consecutive times in 3 different countries.
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