Jack Grealish: Pep Guardiola emphasized how much he wants the UEFA Super Cup trophy

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Jack Grealish: Pep Guardiola emphasized how much he wants the UEFA Super Cup trophy
Jack Grealish: Pep Guardiola emphasized how much he wants the UEFA Super Cup trophy

Manchester City managed to win the first UEFA Super Cup trophy. Pep Guardiola's team did not have an easy task. Their opponent in the final was the Spanish Sevilla. The Andalusians are hard opponents for everyone, and this was best shown in last night's match.

Sevilla managed to gain a 1-0 advantage, and after a few minutes, the Citizens equalized with a goal by Palmer. After that, they had the difficult task to score a goal, and penalties decided the winner. After the match, Jack Grealish made a statement to the media.

At the very start, he emphasized how much Guardiola wanted this trophy; “It was unbelievable,” Grealish told TNT Sports, as quoted by eurosport.com “The manager made it so clear to us before the game and even the last few days how much he wants this club to win this trophy.
You want to win everything but that just gave us more of an urge.

It was a brilliant feeling." Grealish emphasized that this was the trophy they were missing. In the last few days, City have won all the trophies they could win. In the end, they managed to win this one too.
“Over the last 10, 15 years this club has been so successful, they've won so many Premier Leagues, FA Cups, Carabao Cups.

And this is the one we’ve been waiting for after the Champions League, so just to add another one to the collection for the club and personally, that’s what I came here to do”.

Pep Guardiola and his speech

Pep Guardiola could not hide his happiness after the important victory.

At halftime, he gave a speech that gave huge motivation to his players to achieve victory. “It was so hot and humid. Obviously we knew what they were good at, those crosses into the box. I think they had a good few chances in the second half, so fair play to them.

I just saw the stats and we had a lot more possession and shots but they made it hard for us, fair play, they're a good team. Getting the break at half-time, getting some words from the manager was important. In the second half we changed a few things and it worked in our favour. A good night all round."

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