We can’t win all the time: Pep Guardiola after Manchester City’s shock loss to Norwich

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first_img Reuters LondonSeptember 15, 2019UPDATED: September 15, 2019 13:28 IST Reuters PhotoHIGHLIGHTSNorwich City stunned Manchester City 3-2 in their Premier League encounter at Carrow RoadHolders City trail Juergen Klopp’s Liverpool by five points after 5 games this seasonGuardiola’s team beat Liverpool to the title by a solitary point last seasonManchester City manager Pep Guardiola shrugged off his team’s shock 3-2 defeat by newly-promoted Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday saying his team simply cannot be expected to win every week.Guardiola’s team beat Liverpool to the title by a solitary point last season after winning their last 14 games.But after five games of this season they already trail Juergen Klopp’s side by five points.”The people cannot expect us to win or pick up 100 points all the time. We’re going to recover now and come back,” said Guardiola after the loss at Carrow Road.City won 32 of 38 games last season, losing only twice and they had not suffered a league defeat since their 2-1 reverse to Newcastle United on January 29.The prior season, City achieved a record 100 points, losing just two matches in the entire campaign and finishing 19 points clear at the top.”Sometimes games like this happen we had our chances to score but didn’t, so congratulations to Norwich,” said the Spaniard, who felt the scoreline didn’t reflect the balance of the game.City, as usual, dominated possession with 69% of the ball and they had eight shots on target while Norwich scored from all three of their efforts on goal.”It is football we had many opportunities today, they had three or four and scored three goals,” he added.”The first one was a set-piece we didn’t defend, the second we were caught on the counter-attack and the third came from a mistake, but we know what we are as a team, we know what we have done and we know what we are going to do.”advertisementNorwich’s crucial third goal came after defender Nicolas Otamendi was caught in possession in his own penalty area allowing Emiliano Buendia to square to Teemu Pukki.In the absence of injured French defender Aymeric Laporte, who could be sidelined for six months with a knee injury, City featured John Stones and Argentine Otamendi in the centre of defence and they rarely looked solid on Saturday.With Vincent Kompany having left the club and not been replaced during the transfer window, City have few options at the back but Guardiola said he had confidence in Stones and Otamendi.”John and Nico have played together many times and been a huge part of what we have done, but Kompany is now in Belgium, Laporte is injured and these are the defenders we have at this moment,” he said.City’s Spanish international midfielder Rodri said not too much should be read into the loss.”That’s football. It wasn’t a normal game, but we have to look forward. The season is very long, you’re going to have matches like this at least two or three,” he said.”We’re not a 10 as a team. We’re not perfect. The only positive thing we can say is that it’s early in the season. We’re five points behind the leaders, but we need to keep going.”Also Read | Premier League: Liverpool register 5th successive win, Manchester United beat LeicesterFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Premier leagueFollow Manchester CityFollow Norwich CityFollow Pep Guardiola We can’t win all the time: Pep Guardiola after Manchester City’s shock loss to NorwichManchester City won 32 of 38 games last season, losing only twice and they had not suffered a league defeat since their 2-1 reverse to Newcastle United on January 29.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

Transportation Service to Continue on Halifax to Yarmouth Line Run

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first_imgThe Nova Scotia Utility and Review board has approved an application by Acadian Intercity Coaches LP to continue transportation service along the Halifax to Yarmouth line run currently serviced by DRL Coachlines Ltd. Acadian Intercity Coaches LP applied to the Utility and Review Board on Tuesday, July 19, for a temporary authority to provide the transportation services. The services include passenger transportation between Halifax and Yarmouth, via Highway 3 and Highway 103, and return, and parcel delivery along the same route. The board approved the application today, July 20. Acadian Intercity Coaches LP may begin its service effective Sunday, July 24. The existing service schedule will remain in effect. Rates will be in accordance with the rate schedule for Acadian Intercity Coaches LP. -30-last_img read more