Manchester City fans tell Pep Guardiola what needs to change in second half of Atletico Madrid clash

Manchester City fans tell Pep Guardiola what to change in the second half of the Atletico Madrid match

Manchester City are currently playing a match with Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano, and are looking to book their place in the semi-finals where they will face Real Madrid if they arrive.

The Citizens entered the match with a meager 1-0 lead from the first leg, and held onto that lead in the first half, while investigating against Atleti who prepared to break as they did in the Eighth League. days ago.

Pep Guardiola’s side were as close as they got, with only recent losing efforts preventing them from doubling their aggregate lead. But, with the score 1-0, Atlético are still in a draw.

And now, City fans have taken to social media to explain what, in their view, should change in the second half.

Tactical tablet?

And according to Loyal Citizens, it’s a tactical adjustment that Guardiola should use on break, swapping Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva around.

The Blues started a draw with Silva on the left and Foden in the middle of the front three, something City fans hope to change soon.

While it did at times in the first half, it remains to be seen if Pep gets along with the fans and makes a change at the break.

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