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Son Heung-Min Scores A Stunning Second Goal Against Manchester City

Son Heung-Min Scores A Stunning Second Goal Against Manchester City

Spurs head to the Etihad Stadium with a 1-0 lead courtesy a Son Heung-min's late victor in the first leg last week.

Yet while this is the next challenge in City's pursuit of a historic quadruple, the manager is "very curious" regarding how much supporters care about reaching the last four of the tournament.

Sky Sports must take into consideration clubs playing in Europe, as well as the fans who are traveling to see them. He recalled a unusual meeting with Mourinho during his time at Chelsea highlighting his sour relationship with the former Manchester United manager.

City have already won the Carabao Cup this season while they are also through to the FA Cup final.

"It's not always exactly the same idea, today it was a little bit the idea".

"I am sorry, guys, I am a failure but many times I played in the semi-finals and quarter-finals, and every time I played away the atmosphere was really incredible". "They allow Kane to carry the burden and it's odd they are not as effective when Kane is in the team". It was mind-blowing; they are so ahead of the game, I have never seen anything like it. Not just the players, the players I don't doubt after the last 20 months. "I want you to be part of this team'".

"I'm so pleased", added Guardiola. "After November I am so happy with him", he said. You need a bit of luck in important moments in the game.

"I am expecting. I am really curious about how our fans are going to react, really curious".

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Winning the Champions League twice as a coach puts Pep Guardiola in a fairly elite company.

"She said: "They don't want you to come back".

"We spoke often with him on and off the pitch and we want the best".

Donny van de Beek has admitted his perference for a semi-final meeting with Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League as Spurs have former Ajax players in their ranks. I didn't come here to win the Champions League, honestly.

"I can only say what everyone else knows". I have to accept that.

Speaking on the BBC Radio 5 LIVE's Football Daily podcast, Walters said: "I was chatting with Phil Bardsley and I'm going to drop a name here, he was sat with Sir Alex Ferguson". It pushes me to be better. "A lot of big, big clubs are not in the later stages either".

Vincent Kompany says he is using his experience of Premier League triumphs in 2011-12 and 2013-14 to help his Manchester City team-mates overcome Liverpool in this season's pulsating title race. Being there every time sends out a good message.