Puyol took to Twitter to express his thoughts, after Manchester City’s 4-0 victory over Real Madrid.
The tweet from Barcelona legend Carles Puyol following Manchester City’s impressive 4-0 triumph over Real Madrid in the Champions League has gained widespread attention. As City secured their second-ever appearance in the final of the prestigious tournament by defeating the most successful club in its history. Los Blancos, with an aggregate score of 5-1.
Although the previous week’s match in Madrid ended in a 1-1 draw. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City effortlessly handled the Spanish giants at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. Leaving no doubt about their dominance as they secured a decisive victory.
Moreover, in the first half, Bernardo Silva scored two goals within a span of 15 minutes. Providing Manchester City with a 3-1 aggregate lead. The rout was completed in the second half with goals from Manuel Akanji and Julian Alvarez.
Manchester City delivered a masterful performance, solidifying their position as the premier team in global football. Their potential victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League final on June 10 would further enhance their claim to being the best team in the world
What had Puyol tweeted?
Above all, Manchester City’s remarkable season positions them as strong contenders for multiple titles. They have overtaken Arsenal in the Premier League title race and are now in a favorable position to claim the trophy. Additionally, they enter the FA Cup final against Manchester United on June 3 as clear favorites. The prospect of achieving a historic treble is now within reach for Pep Guardiola and his talented squad.
However, Carles Puyol, a member of the squad that triumphantly lifted the European Cup that evening. Couldn’t resist expressing his admiration for his former boss after witnessing Manchester City’s demolition of Madrid in Manchester. Puyol took to Twitter and paid homage by tweeting, “Pep Guardiola is on another level,” acknowledging the extraordinary abilities of the esteemed coach.
At present, Guardiola stands in a league of his own when it comes to coaching football teams. Solidifying his status as one of the greatest managers in the history of the sport. With just one more game remaining. He has the opportunity to dispel the recurring accusation that he relies on Lionel Messi to secure Champions League victories, a claim that has been directed towards him numerous times over the past decade.
Although Inter Milan will enter the Ataturk Stadium as underdogs on June 10, the Italian side, currently in impressive form, shares the same level of determination as Manchester City to claim the coveted title of European football’s most prestigious trophy.
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