Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has blamed his team’s inability to finish off their chances as the reason for their disappointing 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Bernardo Silva gave Manchester City the lead just before halftime with a stunning 20-yard effort before substitute Chris Wood equalised for Nottingham Forest with six minutes to go.
The result allowed Arsenal to regain the Premier League top position, going two points clear of Manchester City with a game in hand.
Guardiola was disappointed with his wasteful side.
“Congratulations to Nottingham Forest for the point that they got,” said the City boss.
“It was a brilliant performance, we played really good but we didn’t score. We have to score,
“For the goal we could defend better, more energy but the way we played was brilliant.
“In the first half, it should already be two or three zero, we conceded one shot on target and we dropped points.
“It’s sad and disappointing but the way we played was really good, but we missed the chances that we missed, it’s because today was not the day to win the game.
Haaland missed two glorious chances for Manchester City in the game.
“We played a really good game, we knew it and we missed the second goal.
Up Next for Manchester City is a trip to Bournemouth next Saturday.