Dietmar Hamann explains why title race has moved in favor of Liverpool Fc after Man City’s ‘heartbreaking’ Champions League exit
Liverpool legend Dietmar Hamann says Man City boss Pep Guardiola is going to have a hard time with the cityzen’s morale following their Champions League defeat against Real Madrid.
Hamann spoke about the game, claiming how Manchester City were the better team over the two legs and the defeat would be “heartbreaking.”The German told Sky Sports:
“It was really heartbreaking, they led over the two legs for most of the time. But then again they conceded five goals when Real Madrid hardly had a chance.”
“Ederson only had four saves to make over the two legs and I always feel that with Guardiola’s teams that he takes responsibility off them.
“You can’t win games on a tactic board, once the whistle goes the players have got to make decisions.
“Not for the first time one of his teams made the wrong decisions at the wrong time.”
Hamann then talked about how this defeat could affect Manchester City’s Premier League title run, Hamann said:
“Morale will suffer and it won’t be an easy thing… they had two tough games against Atletico not long ago and had two tough games against real. They had to play extra time.”
“Kyle Walker one of their key players had to come off injured so I think there’s a huge concern he won’t be able to play Saturday.
“It won’t be easy to lift the team and I think yesterdays game probably swung the league in Liverpool’s favour as well.”