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Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola, has rejected claims they blew the Champions League final against Chelsea.

Guardiola was personally hammered for not picking a defensive midfielder as his team were beaten 1-0 by Chelsea in Porto.

But he says that losing the final did not make it a failure.

“Every time I start this competition with drive,” he said when asked about his ambitions this season, as City prepare to face RB Leipzig in tomorrow (Wednesday) night’s opening group game.

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“I’m incredibly happy here. Man City made a step forward last season, we improved a lot. We had 13 games and we won 11. We played incredibly well in Porto (in the group stage) when we drew and deserved to win. We lost the final.

“People can say Manchester City was a failure but it was an incredible achievement last season playing really well in many of the games and losing well against a big contender.

“Now we start a

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