Pep Guardiola says he is not thinking about Manchester City completing an unprecedented quadruple this season. City have already bagged the Carabao Cup, beating Chelsea on penalties in the final, and managed to book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday with a comeback win at Swansea City.
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The Citizens were 2-0 down at half-time but managed to fight back to win 3-2, although the visitors may not have made it through had VAR been in operation at the Liberty Stadium. Fortunately for City, the Football Association ruled only Premier League grounds would use the system at the last-eight stage, a decision that Swansea labelled “strange” given that the club possesses the technology to accommodate VAR.
Guardiola’s men are still on course to complete the quadruple this season, having recently booked their place in the last-eight stage of the Champions League, but the Spanish tactician is not thinking about winning all four trophies.
“Ask me at the end of April (about quadruple) and I will answer you,” he told the club’s official website. “I know for the people it will be a big failure if we don’t win three or four titles, so I’m sorry. “Now we are going to fight every game after the international break.”