Kompany believes City didn’t learn anything they didn’t know about

According to the Manchester City footballer, the lost against Tottenham Hotspur didn’t teach them anything they didn’t know before.

Manchester City lost 1-0 against Tottenham Hotspur in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals just last week.

And this week the team is set to play against the Spurs once again in the second leg.

According to City’s footballer Vincent Kompany, there were no lessons to be learned against Tottenham, as they already know what to do to obtain a victory.

“What football has taught me in the past is that on the back of such performances and disappointments come the best moments of your life, and your career,” he told The Daily Star.

“When you play Tottenham – or any top six team – they have such a vast squad, such a wealth of talent.”

“If you take one player out, you might lose something but the new player will bring something entirely different to the table,” he added.

“To focus on that … none of us will do that. We are all pretty clear what we need to do.”

Kane remembers his first goal with the Spurs

The Tottenham Hotspur striker was interviewed about his best goals scored for the club in any competition either in Europe or England.

“When you play Tottenham – or any top six team – they have such a vast squad, such a wealth of talent,” the footballer said.

“When you play Tottenham – or any top six team – they have such a vast squad, such a wealth of talent.”

“If you take one player out, you might lose something but the new player will bring something entirely different to the table,” he continued.

“To focus on that … none of us will do that. We are all pretty clear what we need to do.”