Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola opened up about his side’s inability to match their previous tallies on the topic of goal scoring.
He vowed that City will get what they deserve.
Speaking before City’s clash with Burnley, he said:
“One day it will break and we’ll score more goals, we’ll put on the table what we deserve”.
“It’s time to put more players in the box and sooner or later it is going to happen. In the last games we created much more. You can lose the game but you are closer to winning if you create more chances”.
“We have to continue with the good feelings we have, try to move forward and try to score goals so that’s what we have to do.”
Manchester City are facing their worst scoring run in 14 years. Not since the time of Stuart Pearce has City scored such less goals after the start of the season.
City’s troubles in the final third have been well documented. In their last game against Olympiakos, City had 22 shots in the game but scored just 1 goal.
Pep Guardiola would be hoping the return of star striker Sergio Aguero would lift their spirits and fortunes up.
Manchester City have scored just just 10 goals in eight Premier League games so far.
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