In the Champions League match in the middle of last week, Man City let FC Porto draw a goalless draw in Portugal.
However, it was a match that did not mean too much for coach Pep Guardiola’s teachers when they were sure to be at the top of Group C when they left the second team FC Porto 3 points and was better than this club in difference Thus, Man City still maintains their level in the UEFA Champions League playground when they have definitely continued to go ahead 2 matches. Contrary to the C1 Cup, Man City in the Premier League shows a completely different face. Although things are showing signs of improvement, the Manchester team has yet to regain their position.
Manchester City has just won a 5-0 victory over Burnley in the last round. It was only one of a few jubilant victories by the Etihad home team this season, but it was of great spiritual significance for the green shirt army. It can be seen that the Green Man has yet to regain his inherent form in the Premier League this year. From the position of a strong candidate for the championship, coach Pep’s army is ranked 11th on the rankings with 15 points after 4 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses, 4 to 4 points behind the top 4. With peace of mind from the continental arena and excitement from the last victory, Man City continues to aim for a positive result against Fulham. Broadly speaking, Guardiola’s army was unbeaten in all 5 matches to welcome the closest guests with 4 of which were victories. On the other side, the unexpected victory over Leicester City in the last round partly helped Fulham out of the relegation zone of the Premier League this season. This is a result, although not too good for the London team, but compared to the beginning of the season, they have made remarkable progress during this time. However, to be able to stay with the Premier League this season with Fulham, they need to be more determined when their strength and ability are not appreciated.