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Nice to see our page being used once again. I kind fell back to footytube, wish some more people would return.
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Hopefully more people will come back. We lost a lot of what little ppl we had when the website crapped out on us
Yeah honestly this is the best platform for me
Harsh way to go out. Although tbh, we simply have been not good enough in UCl this season. in The PL we have found the formula but in the UCL we have conceded too many goals.

Losing to Spurs imo, is unacceptable. Not saying that they are a bad team but on paper we should have not lost considering they lost Kane and Sissiko went out injured (one of their better players). We had pretty much everyone playing and we still lost. We do really lack the luck in UCl but we need to be preforming much better. We need to use this defeat as motivation to win the PL title and do much better in UCl next season.
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Honestly as good of a player as Kane is, the team seems to be better without him. Laporte had an off game which hasn't really been seen much this season. Lots of contributing factors went into it. Sad to see you guys go out.
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They really do play well without him.
4 goals conceded. We cannot win like this, no matter what.

Brilliant, brilliant work from Bernardo, KdB, Sterling, Gundogan (who missed a glorious chance though in the end) Aguero and and pretty much everyone. Laporte had a bad day but he's our best, we have to let him off this one.

I thought KDB had won this game for you after going 2-1 down. He was just magnificent. I always thought you have the best attack in the world but a bit unreliable defense and the defense indeed let you down.
Also VAR coming at the wrong time for you. Imagine if there was VAR last season. The whole tie against liverpool would have been different.
@tomi...that said I still don't think our defense is solid enough to win the UCL without being lucky, but I believe Liverpool defense is.

I think Allison is a better shot stopper than Ederson, Van Dijk is more Sold than Laporte etc, overall they defend as a solid unit better than us in my opinion.
Well it's not about individual quality that makes liverpool's defense better than city this season. It's how we set up, Pep plays a lot of cam's and only Fernandinho as the cdm, we instead play with three hard-working mids and leave the job to score and create to the front three and the full backs. And it's just a fundamental difference in the style of play, no style is better than the other but we play quite conservative with our passes, but city's always trying to play between the lines and lose the ball that way more. And this is not something you can ask pep to change as well, that guy is a football purist and loves attacking football so he won't change his philosophy that easily, atleast that's what I think.
City and Liverpool both are playing very different brand of football this season, having said that the defensive stats are:
PL conceeded: City 22, Liverpool: 20
CL conceeded: City 12, Liverpool: 9

So defence of both teams has been terrific in premiere league but terrible in champions league.

Very little difference to choose a better one.
Tbf I'm not sad you lost but it's a horrible way to go out of a tournament and feel for you there. My stomach actually turned a bit seeing guardiola after the goal was reversed. You guys gotta use this hurt and turn it into fuel to win the league..stop Liverpool lol.
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Exactly. Apart from two horrible mistakes for the first two goals, we played very good attacking football. This can happen. Have to totally use that to take revenge on the league now :D
Seems like Manchester United fans, themselves are not too much interested in getting into top 4 lol.
We cannot concede 4 over two legs and hope to win. Forget it.

We really need to get that vengeance out in the coming PL games. That's the only way to respond.

Spurs deserve to go through. We shone all night though. Proud of our team.
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Don't understand how Laporte played so badly. He was involved in 3 of the conceded goals.
now we can focus on pl ...liverpool can focus on cl
Yo that ending was a stone cold stunner
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Unlucky city, keep your head up high.
Unlucky? More like bad defending dont you think?
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Hand ball goal? thats unlucky! you can see it from one angle but not from the other angle
Cruel?! No way ;)
hand/forearm never touched the ball, arm was against his side, ball hits his elbow (against his side in a natural position) and then goes in off his hip. may seem a little harsh but most refs would give that as a goal, especially with the replay.
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the rule is if the ball touches the hand its a hand ball doesn't matter elbow or finger tips its a handball
It's not handball in a million years!
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the rule also has a stipulation for intentional/accidental contact. if the arm is in a natural position or against the body it's not considered handball. (which is what happened). this is pretty common. refs wave play on for accidental handball all the time in premier league, uefa, fifa competitions etc.
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@Ehtisham you know very well this is a bad time to remind City fans about bad defending. Now let us mourn in peace lol

Also, no handball. Not sure why they wasted time in VAR there

First two goals the bad defending came from our best defender, but hey - he's been a rock all year.
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I think it was a handball simply because it did hit the forearm (not the tip of the elbow) and ended up as a goal making it an unfair advantage. In that situation, intent or arm position has nothing to do with it (and arm position is always relative to anatomical position anyway). For some reason, the B/R Live broadcast showed the ref's VAR screen and from the replay he saw, it was inconclusive, but there was a clear camera angle from behind the goal showing the ball hit Llorente's forearm before bouncing off his hip. I question whether or not the ref was given every possible angle. Not to sound conspiratorial or anything lol
I do feel for City fans though! Wishing you the best of luck this weekend. If anything, the match on Saturday is only going to be more emotionally charged. I can only imagine what Pep will say to the squad to fire them up.
A bit late but RIP Bernard Halford.
Very disappionting line up. Delph and mahrez just not good enough. Pep is gambling. Really missed b.silva, i am afraid d.silva is finished
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In the near future, were going to need B. Silva more than El Mago. David for sure has another season in him but his 33 years old now, his going to decline.
After seeing today's game, I think David Silva is getting towards the end or if it was his off day as there were too many misplaced passes from him and didnt contribute much to the game.
i think pep should stop trying to accommodate mahrez into the team.. Sane is miles better. and we really missed bernardo's contribution in midfield.

However not all hope is gone. expect a very strong lineup in the return leg. pep needs to keep it simple, dont overthink


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