Dortmund vs Man City.. Ruben Diaz: We seek to present a good show in the Champions League


Manchester City defender Robin Diaz confirmed that Borussia Dortmund is a very big opponent, before the confrontation that brings them together at nine in the evening, Tuesday, at the Signal Iduna Park, in the fifth round of the group stage of the Champions League season 2022-23.


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Diaz said in the match press conference: “This will be my first time in this stadium. A good show.”


The Man City defender added, “These routine days are very important, because what is required is very important, we play a match every three days at a high level, your task is to be available to the coach with the maximum potential for you.”


He continued, “In many matches, we don’t train against each other, because there is not much time to train, but that’s good for me personally, and I think it’s good for everyone in terms of the quality we have. You have to train with the best if you want to be the best.” “.


The Man City defender spoke about Haaland, saying: “It’s all about the differences in the head-to-heads. Some can be 50/50, but others can be 60/40, 70/30.. Haaland is one of the few where you need to be.” With a concentration of 100% against him, if you are at a concentration of 99, he will score.”


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For his part, Spanish coach Pep Guardiola, coach of Manchester City, announced the list of the heavenly team traveling to Germany to face Borussia Dortmund in the fifth and penultimate round of the Champions League groups.


The list included 21 players traveling to Germany to attend the Champions League meeting tomorrow, Tuesday with Borussia Dortmund, and Pep Guardiola’s team is looking to consolidate the top of Group G before one match.


Dortmund is currently second in the group with seven points from four matches.


The duo John Stones and Erling Halland settled the 2-1 victory for the Celestials over the German team in the first-leg match at the Etihad Stadium last month.


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