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Why Guardiola Didn't Use any Substitute against Manchester United

Why Guardiola Didn't Use any Substitute against Manchester United

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City cruised to victory in the 11th Manchester Derby on Matchday 11 after thrashing their arch-rivals Manchester United 2 - 0 at Old Trafford.

For a long time, football fans couldn't understand why the Spaniard manager didn't bring on any of his replacements, who could be seen warming up on the sidelines before to the game.

Following the game, Pep Guardiola spoke to the media and explained why he did not make any substitutions throughout the game, according to the BBC.

As a result of the circumstance, Guardiola responded as follows: "It annoys me that I am unable to employ them. Immediately following the game's conclusion in a tie, everything appeared comfortable, and I had no urge to make any changes for the day."

It made him feel bad for the players who had been spotted warming up for most of the second half of the game before the game. Man City dominated their match against their rivals from Manchester from the start to the end of the game.

Manchester City moved up to second place in the Premier League table with their victory, accumulating a total of 23 points in the process. This has resulted in the Cityzens claiming seven victories out of their last eleven encounters.

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