Sterling & City left stewing after throwing away two points at Burnley

Sterling & City left stewing after throwing away two points at Burnley

City have endured a hectic season having progressed to the Champions League last 16, the FA Cup fifth round and the League Cup final apart from dominating the league and Guardiola said he would rest his players following the Burnley game.

Despite its profligacy, City had looked on course for a battling win, until Johann Gudmundsson popped up in the 83rd minute to snatch a point. for the hosts.

This, after all, was the first time since April of a year ago that his City side have failed to win a game in which they have taken the lead.

Burnley responded well to going behind as Mee was found unmarked 12-yards out and volleyed at goal but Ederson saved well.

Sterling was then hauled minutes later for the young Braham Diaz, but speaking after the game, Guardiola insisted that had nothing to do with the miss.

Sterling & City left stewing after throwing away two points at Burnley
Sterling & City left stewing after throwing away two points at Burnley

City are now missing David Silva, John Stones, Leroy Sane, Fabian Delph, Gabriel Jesus and Benjamin Mendy but the lack of a youth player to fill the seventh spot meant no one was buying it.

Guardiola, as well as Kevin De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva, have called for referees to protects players from risky challenges following recent bad tackles by West Brom's Matt Phillips and Cardiff City's Joe Bennett on City players.

Man City boss Guardiola, expressed disappointment after the match, saying that even though his side's performance was outstanding, they missed a lot of chances at goal. We needed to score the second, third and fourth when we had the chance. Mahrez's potential signing was the biggest that fell through, but in the past, we've seen some pretty insane things happen when clubs attempt to sign a player on deadline day only to see the deal fall through.

#PEP: We played good. Forget the fact they've spent however much money, six players on the bench... to me it's like a protest.

The Manchester City forward received a squared ball from Kyle Walker inside the six yard box but incredibly fired wide with the goal gaping.

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