Manchester City beat Burnley
Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola admitted it was vital to keep a clean-sheet as League Cup holders Manchester City got back
on track with a 3-0 win against Burnley, while Manchester United joined their rivals in the quarter-finals
after beating Brighton 3-0 on Wednesday.
Guardiola’s side suffered their heaviest home Premier League loss under the Spaniard on Sunday when Leicester
handed them a humiliating 5-2 defeat.
Manchester City beat Burnley, A brace from Raheem Sterling at Turf Moor ensured they washed away some of
that bitter taste from that defeat
and Spanish forward Ferran Torres, a close-season signing from Valencia, added City’s third goal with his first for the club.
“It was important we didn’t concede and the team was good in general,” Guardiola said.
“When you lose a game the most important thing is the next one. Firstly, because if you lose in this competition, you’re out.
“We are still far away from our best because we’re not training much. We have a lot of players out, six because of COVID-19 and four injuries.