LONDON: “Win it all,” Kevin De Bruyne said when asked about his dreams for Manchester City after he signed a new four -year contract and became the Premier League’s most expensive player last week.
With just two months of the season remaining, City are still on track to clinch four trophies – the Champions League, the English Premier League, the FA Cup and the League Cup.
The quarter -finals are Pep Guardiola’s main rivals for City who have not made it to the last four for the past five years.
Tomorrow City will travel to Borussia Dortmund with a slim 2-1 advantage.
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“Different years, same thing,” De Bruyne expressed frustration after a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Lyon in Lisbon last season.
The presence of Erling Braut Haaland in Dortmund’s squad should not be a problem for City, but De Bruyne does not want a mistake in the quarter -finals to once again be a thorn in the flesh for his side.
This is the first time City have recorded an advantage in the first leg of the quarter -finals under Guardiola.