A thunderstrike of a goal last night from Manchester City’s legendary captain proved to be the difference between a dogged Leicester City side and a frustrated Manchester City pack.
It was provided by Vincent Kompany and can be a goal that might just be etched in the minds of the Citizens for a long time to come, especially with the rumours that he might be headed out at the end of this season. Speaking to Guardiola only made matters more mysterious and confusing as Pep refused to divulge and secrets.
“At the end of the season we are going to talk to Vincent, clearly, he knows,” the City boss told his post-match press conference. “He is an incredible human being, an incredible person, he helped me a lot. I was sad that we could not use him a lot for the process, but we always know we can count on his personality.”
“This club is where it is thanks to guys like Vincent. At the end of the season, after the FA Cup, we are going to decide what is best for both parties. I said before that we will finish the season and after we are going to talk. I talked to him three weeks, one month ago.”
“We spoke fluently two or three times about it being his last year and after we would take a beer together and going to decide what was best for him and the club. So, there are no problems about that.”
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