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Pep Guardiola Praises Kloop Over His Attacking Techniques



The Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola yesterday after their 1 Nil defeat by Liverpool at Amfield praised the Liverpool Boss saying he is best in the world at coaching his brand of attacking football.
The first League clash between Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Kloop went in favour of Kloop, back in the Bundesliga both managers met eight times and both won four, this ment a-lot to the Manchester City Boss who was having intentions of going closer to the Leaders Chelsea through a win at Amfield.
The Massive attack by the Liverpool side and their indestructible defense saw City trail by the one goal conceded in the eighth minute till the 90th minute. The Liverpool side had more perpetrating power than City who never had a clear cut chance and where always under pressure ones possession was lost, on this account Pep Guardiola said
"Our styles are not similar but I like a lot the way Liverpool play," Guardiola is quoted as saying by Sky Sports. "Maybe Klopp is the best manager in the world at creating teams who attack the back four with so many players, from almost anywhere on the pitch.
"They have an intensity with the ball and without the ball, and it is not easy to do that. They attack wide sometimes with [Nathaniel] Clyne and [James] Milner but they especially like to attack from inside, through the middle.
"I don't think there is another team in the world attacking in this way with so many players capable of launching moves in an instant."
"When Klopp speaks about his football being heavy metal, I understand completely," Guardiola said. "It is so aggressive. For the fans it is really good.
"Our styles are not similar but I like a lot the way they play, for the spectators, because in three or four seconds they are attacking."
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