Since becoming head coach, the Spaniard has constantly changed his approach and found ways to reinvent his teams

There was not a small number of those football fans who despised the conquering era of Josep Guardiola in Barcelona and considered the way he played to win the trophy boring and tiring to watch.

However, it is probably now clear to everyone that probably no coach in this century has participated in football evolution in such a way as the famous Catalan.

Guardiola in Manchester City brought the way of dominating the field through the passing game to a higher level. He persistently improved the versions and made the best one this season.

The one that made him the first coach in the history of European football to win two trebles. He did it for the first time with Barcelona in the 2008/2009 season, when he won the Primera, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.

In this, he won the Premier League, the FA Cup and the Champions League. He again designed everything perfectly and got the most out of his team.

During all Champions League games this season, Pep had the biggest problem in last night’s final.

Both he and the entire team seemed to be a little distracted by the enormous pressure of the importance of the final game.

Of course, it was also up to Inter and Simone Inzaghi, who surprised the Citizens with a good set-up but also with a high approach to the ball and the opponent’s half.

However, in the end, the quality of Manchester City prevailed, and even without Kevin de Bruyne, they managed to find a way to score the winning goal.

Guardiola had to struggle a lot to finally reach the goal of the complete project “Manchester City European Champion”. He arrived at the club on July 1, 2016, and has so far won five league titles, two FA Cups, four League Cups, and two Community Shields.

He played in the final in the 2020/2021 season, but then he naively lost to Chelsea. His team entered today’s match as probably the biggest favourite in the Champions League finals this century, which must have ‘tied’ the legs of his players.

However, they managed to win the battle with themselves (and with Inter), and finally get that famous trophy that they missed so much.


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