Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has claimed he knows what he has to do to beat Chelsea in the Champions League final.
Speaking ahead of the Champions League final on Saturday, Guardiola told the media (via MEN): “When they have the ball it’s dfficult to control them because of their players so close, like their holding midfielders move perfectly.
“They make the pitch so wide with wing-backs and so deep with Werner. They move perfectly with Pulisic and Mount with pockets, they are so direct with the ball.
“I saw this morning their game against Villa, they played good, controlled the game, the process they do, they do so well.
“It’s a final of the CL, I couldn’t expect a less tough opponent. We know it, okay, we’re going to face them, knowing what we have to do to beat them.
“I’m more concerned what we have to do with the ball. If our strategy without the ball, and the strategy from day one with the ball, that is what we will do.”