Manchester City ‘to suffer’ against PSG in search of Champions League history

City bidding to reach club’s first Champions League finalMbappé a doubt for Paris Saint-Germain with thigh injury Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City will “suffer” against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night but can be ultimately “remembered for ever” as the first team in the club’s history to reach a Champions League final.The City manager remains wary of the threat posed by the French champions and insisted it will be impossible for his side to control the semi-final second leg as they did the second half of last week’s 2-1 win in Paris. Providing City “control their emotions” and perform with the belief that has taken them to the brink of a third Premier League title in four seasons, however, Guardiola expects his team to break new ground and secure a first ever appearance on European football’s biggest stage. Related: Premier League preparing measures to stop threat of breakaway leagues Related: Fans saw the Glazers’ money tricks 16 years ago but no one listened | David Conn Continue reading…

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