& # 39; This is a huge blow … they will feel the pain again on the weekend & # 39 ;: Ruud Gullit says that Pep Guardiola and Manchester City need time to recover after the defeat of Tottenham Champions League
- Manchester City crashed out of the Champions League on Wednesday evening
- Tottenham advanced to the semi-final after the tie tied at 4-4
- City won 4-3 in the night, but it wasn't enough for Pep Guardiola's outfit
- City takes on Totdenham at home in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon
Ruud Gullit believes that the defeat of Manchester City by Tottenham in the Champions League as a & # 39; huge blow & # 39; will come prior to their reunion on the weekend.
City's dream of winning the four-fold was interrupted on Wednesday-evening as they were knocked out of the Champions League in the quarter-final phase after a total of 4-4 was recorded, but the goals were eliminated.
Pep Guardiola thought his match had won the game in injury time by Raheem Sterling, but VAR closed the goal after Sergio Aguero was offside in the run-up.
Manchester City crashed out of the Champions League in the quarterfinals
Pep Guardiola sinks to his knees after his side was hit by Tottenham on the Etihad
And Gullit insists that City & # 39; will feel the pain & # 39; when the two teams meet again in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon in the Etihad, because they are trying to keep track of their title money.
& # 39; I feel for him because I see his passion, I see what motivates him and this is a huge blow to this team. They are going to play them again and they will feel the pain, & said Gullit in SPORTS.
& # 39; Of course they want revenge but that is not possible, it is not the same. Tottenham also wants to stay in the top four, so both have everything to fight for. & # 39;
City will be out to finish the season at the highest and there will be no better way to bounce back than to beat Liverpool this season and win the FA Cup.
Ruud Gullit believes that City & # 39; will feel the pain & # 39; when they pick up Tottenham again on Saturday
Guardiola & # 39; s men are two points behind Liverpool in the race for the title, but City has a match in hand.
The city has had a great week and plays Tottenham on the weekend before he faces Manchester United next Wednesday.
They then take Burnley, Leicester and Brighton into their remaining league games for a final encounter with the FA Cup against Watford in Wembley on May 18.