Guardiola warns that Champions League semi-final is a long way from being over.


Pep Guardiola says his Manchester City players tried to avoid panicking after their triumph over Paris Saint-Germain, realizing that their Champions League semi-last is a long way from being done.

City have a 2-1 advantage in front of the second leg at the Etihad Stadium subsequent to pivoting the first leg with second half goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez. Be that as it may, PSG have won away at European giants Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich prior in the opposition and Guardiola is underestimating nothing. "I'm certain the second leg will be different in light of the fact that Mauricio [Pochettino] will learn and see the game," Guardiola said. "We will likewise see the game and change something to be more liquid and forceful in our game and do it. "Now rest. I was glad that in the locker room thereafter the players were so quiet. No cheering, simply quiet, since we realize anything can happen in the second leg." City were compelling in closing down the threat of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe subsequent to falling behind to Marquinhos' fifteenth moment header. In any case, Guardiola says his side should perform at a similar level or surprisingly better on the off chance that they are to arrive at the Champions League final for the first time in the club’s history.


"We confronted a team that scored four goals at Camp Nou, that scored three goals in Munich, it is a team that can do anything they desire since they have the quality to do it," he added. "That is the reason when you start the game you are somewhat wary. I'm not grumbling. At half-time I said I'm not whining, I comprehend you feel the obligation since you need to get to the final. "It's simply to see how to deal with this and act naturally, don't be modest. On the off chance that we lose, we lose. On the off chance that we don't get to the final, we will attempt again next season, yet attempt to play our game like we talked without the ball." City head to Crystal Palace on Saturday noon for a Premier League conflict. Guardiola's side need two triumphs to get the title and they could win it this end of the week in the event that they win and second-placed United lose at home to Liverpool. However, he is probably going to make a lot of changes to his side with the second leg against PSG next Tuesday.