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Pep Guardiola – I do not know tips on how to cease Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe

Pep Guardiola mentioned he doesn’t know tips on how to cease Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar as he prepares for Manchester City‘s Champions League conflict with Paris Saint-Germain.

The groups meet in France on Tuesday, and forward of the sport, Guardiola mentioned it is going to be nearly unattainable to include Mauricio Pochettino’s entrance three.

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“I do not know,” Guardiola mentioned at a information convention on Monday after being requested tips on how to cease Messi, Mbappe and Neymar. “This quantity of high quality, I do not know what we should always do to cease them, actually.

“They’re so good. This quantity of expertise all collectively, to manage it’s so troublesome.”

Guardiola is aware of all about Messi’s high quality after their time collectively at Barcelona.

Messi is but to attain for PSG following his shock transfer in the summertime, however the Metropolis supervisor insisted even the most effective gamers on this planet wants time to adapt to a brand new group in a brand new league.

“They want time however usually it is not given to us,” Guardiola mentioned. “The standard is there after all. For a few years they [PSG] had distinctive gamers and high managers. Within the French league, cups and Europe they’re there.

“We all know precisely how troublesome it’s. However on the identical time we try to go once more, figuring out how good they’re individually and collectively.

“I believe this type of participant [Messi] speaks for itself. Messi speaks for itself; you do not have to explain him. What he is performed is greater than distinctive.”

Metropolis had been closely linked with a transfer for Messi a yr earlier than he joined PSG. Guardiola mentioned repeatedly he didn’t consider a state of affairs would come up the place Messi would depart Barcelona and mentioned it was a shock to see the 34-year-old depart Camp Nou.

“It was a little bit little bit of a shock for everybody but it surely occurred,” he added. “A number of years in the past you would not think about it but it surely occurred. In soccer, you by no means know and in life you by no means know what is going to occur. I am fairly positive he might be blissful in Paris.”

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