Guardiola’s Drive: Breaking Records Fuels Man City’s Success

Manchester City seeks to make history by winning consecutive league and FA Cup doubles against Manchester United this Saturday.

Pep Guardiola views creating history as additional incentive for City ahead of the FA Cup final clash with United.

City clinched their fourth consecutive English top-flight title, narrowly beating Arsenal by a two-point margin on the last day.

If City triumph in the FA Cup final, they can secure an unprecedented repeat of league and FA Cup victories against United.

Guardiola emphasizes that making history is a bonus, emphasizing that the primary motivation should be winning at Wembley.

The manager wants his team to aim for achievements never reached before, while recognizing the difficulty of the task ahead.

He stresses the importance of performing well in the upcoming game, staying committed to defending their title each year successfully.

Despite finishing significantly above United in the Premier League standings, Guardiola expects the Red Devils to make a strong comeback.

He highlights the respect he holds for United, acknowledging that the team’s performance can shift season by season.

Guardiola refrains from comparing the current United team with past eras, recognizing the transient nature of success in football.

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