Pep Guardiola wants to win the Club World Cup title

Winning Club World Cup final is a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has urged his players to make the most out of the Club World Cup final against Fluminese.

The Cityzens earned an easy 3-0 win over Urawa Red Diamonds in the semi-finals on Tuesday night.

They will now face Copa Libertadores winners Fluminense in the final on Friday in Saudi Arabia.

Guardiola has won the Club World Cup twice before, once each with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

The Spaniard explains it’s a “once in a lifetime” opportunity and shouldn’t be taken for granted even though Man City are the favourites.

“We didn’t win it [before] – it’s the first time Manchester City are here,” Guardiola said.

“This is the last step – a title the club doesn’t have, so we’ll go for it.

“To play this final you have to have done incredible things – mainly to win the Champions League. Once we are here, maybe it is a trophy we play for once in a lifetime.

“It’s against Fluminense, a South American team, experienced, with a lot of quality. I saw yesterday how good they are. Tomorrow we will start to see Fluminense and try to do a good performance and win the title.”


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