Manchester City of the English Premier League (EPL) is getting closer to the ‘Treble’.
Man City defeated Real Madrid 4-0 in the second leg of the semifinals of the 2022-23 season of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) held on the 18th. They won the first and second games 5-1 on aggregate and settled in the final.카지노사이트
And they are running first in the EPL with 85 points. Second place Arsenal has 81 points. But Arsenal have one more game to play. Man City’s win is likely. Also, Manchester City are in the FA Cup final. Play against Manchester United.
If Manchester City win all three competitions, they can complete the treble for the first time since Manchester United in 1999. It is the second honor in English football history.
However, ahead of this history, the ‘greatest crisis’ came to Man City. It is the ‘protest situation’. That is also the Man City ace’s protest. A shocking conversation between Kevin De Bruyne and manager Pep Guardiola during the second leg of the semi-final against Real Madrid has been revealed.
Media outlets such as Britain’s ‘Give Me Sports’ and ‘Daily Star’ revealed that there was a shocking conversation at the beginning of the second half when The Bruiner lost the ball to Real Madrid defender Eder Militang. When Guardiola ordered “Pass!”, the angry De Bruyne responded with “Shut up!” twice as well. This conversation is causing a lot of controversy.
This scene led to rumors of a feud between the director and Ace. ‘Daily Star’ analyzed, “Man City looks harmonious from the outside, but when you look at De Bruyne’s remarks, it looks like there are many problems. De Bruyne’s behavior has definitely turned Man City’s treble cold.”
The reaction of the fans was also cold. ‘Daily Star’ reported the reaction of fans who witnessed this scene. “It’s really disrespectful” and “Guardiola should be punished, such as being banned from playing in the FA Cup final,” he said.
However, there is also a view that it will end with one happening. ‘The Daily Star’ claimed that “even the happiest families sometimes argue.”