Pep Guardiola Sends Strong Referee Warning To City Players use

Pep Guardiola has told his players to be focused and be ready to perform beyond referee decisions during the crucial Premier League match with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola

The City boss will face Jurgen Klopp in what could be described as a final Premier League match between the two great managers. The Cityzens will be determined to secure a victory to keep the hope of winning another league title alive.

Pep Guardiola has guided his side to three consecutive league titles and will hope to make it four this campaign, Liverpool on the other hand are determined to win their second league title under Jurgen Klopp and most especially want to give their boss a memorable final campaign at the club.

With the match taking place at Anfield, Liverpool undoubtedly have an advantage over the reigning Premier League champions. And Pep Guardiola believes that his players will need to perform better if the Liverpool crowd at Anfield begins to influence the referee.

Michael Oliver will be the center referee and the City has warned the Manchester City players to perform better even if some decisions do not favour them. Pep added that an outstanding performance is needed because nothing can be done regarding the decisions of the match officials.

“You can’t control what happens in the stadium with the referees. We can only perform better, that’s all we can do. It’s not the first time and it won’t be the last – and all we have to do is perform better,” the City boss said via Mirro

“We have to overcome these situations. To do the big achievements, like trying to fight for four Premier Leagues in a row, which no team has done ever, ever, this is the type of challenge we have to face.

“We have to overcome absolutely everything, otherwise it will be difficult in that case to win on Sunday.”

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