The momentum of Manchester City in the English Premier League (EPL) is so scary.
On the 21st, Man City won the EPL for the third time in a row. On this day, Arsenal lost 0-1 to Nottingham Forest, and Man City’s title without a game was confirmed.
With this win, Man City became the second team in EPL history to win three consecutive titles. It is the third time in history after Manchester United, who won three consecutive titles from 1999 to 2001 and again from 2007 to 2009.
And Man City won its ninth championship in its career, and its seventh since the EPL was founded in 1992. And it is the fifth title under Pep Guardiola’s managerial system.
Not stopping here, Manchester City are aiming for the second treble in English history since Manchester United in 1999. Man City advanced to the final by defeating Real Madrid 4-0 in the second leg of the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League (UCL). They also reached the FA Cup final. On June 3rd, Manchester City will play Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
The best momentum to overwhelm Europe beyond England. There seems to be no one to stop Manchester City this season. Even the Manchester United legend predicted that United’s winning the FA Cup would be difficult. Man City has a good chance of winning.
That legend is Gary Neville. He is a one-club man who only played for Manchester United for 19 seasons from 1992 to 2011. He played a total of 602 games and collected a total of 21 championship trophies, including 8 EPL championships and 2 UCL championships, and is the protagonist of Manchester United’s golden age.
He praised Man City through Britain’s ‘Telegraph’ when he headed to the treble after Man City confirmed the EPL championship.
Neville said: “If Manchester City achieve the treble, they have achieved something great. If that happens, Pep Guardiola could be Sir Alex Ferguson’s best partner. And Manchester City could be Manchester United’s treble partner. If that’s the case, Pep After all, I will be able to achieve this kind of glory for over 10 years.”
But Neville doesn’t want a Man City treble. This is because Manchester City need to beat Manchester United in the FA Cup final to win the treble.메이저사이트
“I never want a Man City treble,” said Neville.
However, if you look at it coldly, the chances of Manchester United winning are not great. “I bought a ticket to Wembley,” said Neville. “I’m going to Wembley to see Manchester United stop City. There’s a 5% chance of that. Even this low chance could happen.”