Manchester city have made it into the semi-finals of the Champions league for the first time under Guardiola this season. City came from behind against Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the second league to run out 4-2 winners overall.
City are on course to win the Premier League, are in the semi-finals of the FA Cup and will contest the Carabao Cup final later this month. City manager Pep Guardiola has called their achievements “incredible” as they try to create history by winning all four trophies in a season.
Manchester City have made it into the Champions League semi-final for the first time under Guardiola
“I am incredibly happy for this club, for this chairman and for the fans, everyone,” Guardiola told BT Sport after seeing his side seal reach the Champions League semi-finals for only the second time.
“It is the second time in the semi-finals, so it is not history in the club, but we start to build it,” continued Guardiola, whose side flirted with elimination on away goals after Jude Bellingham’s opener on Wednesday, before sealing the tie through a Riyadh Mahrez penalty and Phil Foden’s finish.
“We were brilliant, except for the first 10 minutes where they were good.
“I’m incredibly happy to be in the semi-finals, to be one of the best four teams in Europe, to be against big, strong teams and we will try to be good.”
He added: “Now, I don’t want to think for one second about PSG. I want to celebrate. Dinner with the staff and the team. I don’t know which wine, it will be a good wine for sure.”