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Man City Takes Their Revenge On PSG With A Stunning Comeback.

By Onyema Charles

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City won’t rely on help from any other sides after taking a huge step towards the last-16 of the Champions League.

City beat Club Brugge 4-1 after going in level at the break, and their win was made even better with the news that RB Leipzig secured a late draw against Paris Saint-Germain in the other Group A game.

That result puts City top of the group with nine points, one ahead of PSG on eight. With a win needed to secure a place in the last-16, City now know they just need to match PSG’s results to win the group, or can do that with victory over the French side at the Etihad next time out.

Guardiola was asked after the game whether Leipzig had given them a helping hand, but he cheekily denied such an idea as he insisted nobody helps City.

We help each other,” he said, smiling.

We help each other,” he said, smiling.
What we have done these years, I promise you, when you are at Manchester City you realise, nobody helps you. What we have done we do it. So satisfied, when you are in high clubs I understand, here no.

What we win we know it, that’s why all the titles I won before was because I was with the big clubs. Absolutely, the pleasure [of winning things at City] is higher.”

Guardiola also praised his side’s performance, particularly after being pegged back at 1-1 in the first half.

He said: “Fully deserved, the first 15 minutes until we scored was magnificent, then we concede one action and drop a bit and we couldn’t concede the goals.

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