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Guardiola's 30th title in the most important numbers for Man City's League Cup

Manchester City team achieved many remarkable numbers, after winning the English Professional League Cup, after defeating Tottenham Hotspur, with a goal without response, in the final match, which brought the two teams together at Wembley Stadium, in the version of the current season 2020-2021.

We show you the most prominent numbers that City won the Professional League Cup:


Manchester City stars, Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho have become the most successful players in the English League Cup (6 times).

Pep Guardiola has won his 30th coaching title since 2008 until now, averaging a championship every 23 games.

Pep Guardiola becomes the first coach to win the League Cup four times in a row.

Equivalent to Manchester City with this title, Liverpool number at the top of the list of clubs that have won the English Professional League Cup in history with 8 titles.

Manchester City won the League Cup for the fourth time in a row and the sixth in the last 10 years.

Man City vs Tottenham


The Manchester City team was the best party throughout the first half, and its players posed a great danger to French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham's defender Alder Werewild responded to the most dangerous chances of the first half, after he kept Phil Foden's ball off the goal line in the 25th minute.

In the 29th minute, Raheem Sterling misses a sure chance for City after he is alone with the City goalkeeper, but he places the ball next to the left post.

In the second half, Manchester City continued to press the Spurs goal, until French defender Emeric Laporte scored the winning goal in the 82nd minute with a wonderful header, following a cross by the Belgian Kevin De Bruyne from a free kick.

The formation of the Tottenham Hotspur team witnessed the presence of the star Harry Kane after he recovered from the injury, and the same is the case for the Belgian Kevin De Bruyne, who participates with City after returning from the injury.

The Professional League Cup final also witnessed a crowd attendance of 8,000 fans, after the English Clubs Association agreed to allow this number of fans to attend the stands at Wembley Stadium, amid strict procedures and a strict health protocol.