Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has urged his team to learn from previous matches to address their recent run of form that has seen them concede 10 goals in their last four games in all competitions. 

The Cityzens drew 3-3 against Tottenham in a home fixture on Sunday, a result that left them third in the Premier League table.

Speaking after the game, a visibly disappointed Guardiola claimed his side’s recent run has nothing to do with bad luck despite conceding three goals from just four shots yesterday.

“We don’t concede many chances,” Guardiola said. “We lost against Wolves after two shots on target. Liverpool was similar.

“We have to learn, and watch the game back. I learnt from Johan Cruyff that bad luck in football doesn’t exist. Is the team completely different from previous seasons? I don’t think so. It still feels the same to me.”

Pep also sarcastically hit out at fourth official Anthony Tailor after Simon Hooper’s decision to blow the whistle for a foul on Erling Haaland while Jack Grealish was clean through on goal toward the end of the match.

Asked if he was given an explanation on the decision, Guardiola told be beIN Sports: “No, the master of commander Anthony Taylor knows everything in this business and didn’t tell me anything.”