UCL: Guardiola names two teams they are competing against for trophy

Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has said they are competing with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

Guardiola stated this after a 3-1 win over FC Copenhagen in their Round of 16 second leg.

City have now qualified for the quarter-final of the competition with a 6-2 aggregate score.

Speaking after the game at the Etihad, Guardiola reflected on the result and their possible opponents in the competition.

He told TNT Sports: “We are well respected for our openness. Before I arrived we didn’t believe we could do it. It’s a question of time, a process. They (hierarchy) gave me time, gave us time.

“We are a team that believes we can do it. Listen, we’re competing with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. We don’t know who we are going to face. It’s a question of wait and see. The important thing is that seven years in a row we are here.”

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