Starving for silverware: Pep Guardiola says Manchester City stars are ‘hungry’ for trophies as the Citizens take aim at third successive Carabao Cup victory in Aston Villa clash
- Manchester City and Aston Villa will face-off for Carabao Cup glory on Sunday
- City have won the league cup in the last two seasons, and are aiming for a third
- Buoyed by a huge win against Real Madrid, City hope to put off-field issues aside
- Despite a UEFA ban looming, Pep Guardiola says City are hungry for silverware
Pep Guardiola says his Manchester City stars are ‘starving’ for silverware and want to add a sixth major trophy in three seasons in tomorrow’s Carabao Cup final against Aston Villa.
City have lifted the trophy in both of the two previous seasons, also adding two Premier League titles and an FA Cup to their vast collection under the Catalan.
Guardiola insisted the squad’s desire for silverware remains insatiable following Wednesday night’s dramatic Champions League win at Real Madrid.
Pep Guardiola says his players are hungry for Carabao Cup silverware ahead of Sunday clash
The Citizens take on Aston Villa looking to secure a third successive victory in the league cup
‘The mentality is the same, to be starving and hungry to win another one,’ said the City manager.
‘There are no words to express my gratitude to these players. It is honestly so difficult to do it and to maintain that hunger.
‘It is a great achievement to get to another final, but now we must try to win. What we have won so far has been incredible.’
City will have to beat Villa without star defender Aymeric Laporte, whose hamstring injury picked up at the Bernabeu looks set to keep him sidelined for up to a month.
They will have to chase another trophy without injured Aymeric Laporte, however
City will still be buzzing after a crucial victory against Real Madrid in the Champions League
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