Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed that his sides 1-0 win of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge is his first time of getting a victory at the Stamford Bridge since his professional managerial career started in 2009.
The 46-year-old former Barcelona manager who spoke with BBC Sport stated that he is very happy with the win at Stamford Bridge, as that was an accomplishment he failed to achieve while in charge of either of Barcelona or Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola did not also fail to heap praises on Kevin De Bruyne who played key role in the victory, the City manager said De Bruyne gave an outstanding performance, who possessed the ball and took control of the field.
The City manager further said that what was important was that they won the game, and that made him happy as a manager of the club.
He also stated that Manchester City is lucky to have a player like Kevin de Bruyne in her squad.