Pep Guardiola relieved after ending City's wait for Champions League semi-final

Man City manager Pep Guardiola reviews his sides 2-1 win over Dortmund in the Champions League. Manchester City survived an early scare to see off Borussia Dortmund and reach the Champions League semi-finals for the first time under Pep Guardiola.

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PEP GUARDIOLA: For the club-- for the club, it's so important. We cannot deny it. So this competition is tough, in terms of mental, the fact that you are working 10 months, you are judged for one game, you are out. And you are judged the season as a failure, as a disaster club, the team has no personality for one single game. In that case, choosing no games. It's not fair.

So we cannot judge what these guys has done in four or five years. And you can't go through for one in the competition. Saying that, psychologically, for all of us, for the players, for myself, of course, for all [INAUDIBLE] staff, for our chairman, for CEO, pass this-- this moment, the quarter-finals, to get the semi-final was necessary. Now, of course, we want more.

We're going to prepare the game against PSG. They knock out to Bayern Munich, I think the best team in the world right now. And-- and yeah. We'll see what happens, how we arrive. But for the club, especially for the players, a good-- a good-- a good moment for all of us.