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Pep Guardiola accepts he blew it by dropping Raheem Sterling against Liverpool in Champions League openerPep Guardiola admitted he made a mis

take after Manchester City’s Champions League meltdown. Boss Guardiola confessed to his staff that he picked the wro

ng team at Liverpool on Wednesday for their all-Premier League quarter-finals first leg — and promised not to make the same mistake in the return leg nex

t week. The Spaniard selected Ilkay Gundogan instead of Raheem Sterling to try to give his side more control in midfield, but the formation - rather than the players - did not work as City conceded three times

in 19 first-half minutes. Ultimately, the gamble backfired and it will haunt Guardiola as he had vowed before the game not to change his tactics or all-out attacking style for the game. Gu

ardiola tried to give City more control in midfield, and watched them concede three in a first-half blitz (Image: Offside/Getty) Guardiola suggested after the game that he had made a mistake by picking Gundogan as he admitted: “Do I think it worked? We lost 3-0.” It also surprised the City players that he

left Sterling out of the starti

ng line-up, considering the England international — who eventually came on for Gundogan just before the hour as the visitors had a m

uch better second half — has scored 21 goals this season. The decision is also unlikely to have pleased Sterling, who the Blues are trying to tie down w

ith a long-term contract amid links with continental gian

ts including Real Madrid. Sterlings been one of the players of the season but began on the bench... (Image: Action Images via Reuters) ...eventually coming on, and having a strong claim for what would have been a crucial penalty (Image: Action Images via Reuters) Read MoreRelated ArticlesGlum Man City stars arrive at training - but Kevin De Bruyne says something special could spark epic fightback City’s defeat has left Guardiola’s champions-elect n

eeding a miracle to overcome Liverpool in the return leg next Tuesday. The Spaniard has already hammered home the message to his players that they can still turn the scoreline around, even though they will have to go for the jugular with all-out attack — risking being caught on the counter by opponents who only need to score once to leave them having to net five. poll loadingWill Man City turn

this 3-0 deficit around and go through?30000+ VOTES

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