Bayern Munich's coach Pep Guardiola during the UEFA Champions League semi-final, second-leg football match between FC Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid in Munich, southern Germany, on May 3, 2016. / AFP / JOHN MACDOUGALL
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Manchester City's meek exit from the Champions League following Wednesday's 1-0 semi-final second leg defeat by Real Madrid suggested that incoming head coach Pep Guardiola cannot arrive quickly enough.While Fernando's first-half own goal at the Bernabeu was all that separated the teams, City barely laid a glove on Zinedine Zidane's men, registering just two shots on target over the 180 minutes of the tie.At least in Aguero, De Bruyne, Sterling and the injured David Silva, Guardiola possesses the nimbleness of thought and foot in attack upon which he has built success with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.With Manchester United and West Ham United poised to exploit any missteps, Guardiola's chances of being able to show what he can do in the Champions League next season are in Pellegrini's hands.
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