• Midfielder feels City were ‘not brave enough’ at Tottenham
• Gündogan admits players ‘always make the wrong decisions’
Ilkay Gündogan has offered a scathing assessment of Manchester City’s mentality in the Champions League, describing them as too nervous, too error-prone and too vulnerable to setbacks.
Gündogan started the 1-0 defeat by Tottenham in the quarter-final on Tuesday – a first-leg performance he felt was marked by over-eagerness and things that “must not happen to a big team”. Sergio Agüero missed an early penalty at Spurs before Son Heung-min scored the winner in the 78th minute.
Source: Football News
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