Two tactical geniuses in Pep Guardiola and Maurizio Sarri go head-to-head at the Stamford Bridge on Saturday. A Kevin de Bryune goal separated both sides when they met last time at the same venue, but to do the same against Sarri’s Chelsea will be a tough ask.
Manchester City‘s steamrolling agenda of turning a giant in world football has well and truly materialized. Goal scoring has become fun for them and it seems like they get disappointed when they don’t score three or more goals. That is the attitude Pep expects from his player, at the same time not neglecting their defensive duties.
As brilliant as City have been this season offensively, to have conceded just seven goals in 15 games is just outstanding. It will be impossible for teams to catch up with them in terms of goal difference, but their nearest competitors Liverpool are trying their best to stay intact.