Sports Desk: Pep Guardiola's Manchester City is flying. The Arling Hollanders are thrashing one team after another with big scores. In the previous match, they had blown away the German club Leipzig 7-0 in the Champions League. Holland alone scored five goals in that match. This time he scored a hat trick on another big winning night. This Norwegian forward has scored a record 42 goals in this season so far. On Saturday (March 18), Manchester City beat Burnley 6-0 in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. After Holland, Argentina's World Cup winner Julian Alvarez scored two goals in this match. Cole Palmer scored the other goal.
On this day, Guardiola brought down the disciples with a different formation. The gamble of bringing down Holland and Alvarez in the 3-2-4-1 formation worked. City's goal festival started with Holland's goal in the 32nd minute of the match. Holland completed the hat-trick in the second and 59 minutes after 3 minutes. Julian Alvarez started a roller coaster against Burnley when Holland stopped that day. The Argentine forward scored two goals in the 62nd and 73rd minutes. Between his two goals, another young star of City, Cole Palmer, scored a goal. On the other hand, Burnley did not see any score in the whole match.
As a result, they were forced to leave the field with a big loss. Even though Burnley trailed before the ball was even put on the field, the match was discussed for different reasons. The match was being called a master-disciple fight. Pep Guardiola in Man City's dugout, while City legend Vincent Kompany is in Burnley's dugout. As a coach, this Belgian's role model is Guardiola. However, the Guru did not give any concession to the disciple in the field fight.