Rodri, a midfielder for Manchester City, feels that the English champions have improved as a result of having learned from their prior failures as they prepare to compete for their first Champions League title on Saturday.
If City is victorious against Inter Milan in Istanbul, they will win the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Champions League to complete the triple.
Two years ago, Pep Guardiola’s squad advanced to the final for the first time in the history of the club, but they were defeated by Chelsea in Porto by a score of 1-0.
The previous year, there was more devastation in the semi-finals as Real Madrid staged a spectacular late comeback to win the match.
But City ran roughshod over Madrid in the semifinals of the competition this year, cruising to a 5-1 aggregate victory against them.
“If I remember correctly, Pep said that if you don’t win in Europe, you won’t be ‘big, big.'” It’s the test that we have to take again,” the Spanish national who plays professionally remarked.
“Just one more final and we will be all set, that is all I can say,” she said. I’m just going to encourage everyone to be themselves, including the boys. Be self-assured, be true to who we are, and put up our best effort to compete for the championship.
Ever since a purchase that was sponsored by Abu Dhabi started injecting billions of pounds worth of cash into the club 15 years ago, City has yearned for success in the Champions League.
However, the acquisition of Erling Haaland one year ago may have been the deciding factor in the outcome of the jigsaw puzzle, as the towering Norwegian scored 52 goals in his first season with the team.
Rodri continued by saying, “I think that the experience is a very good point,” adding his thoughts on the matter. “Also, the new players that we brought in have had a significant effect, which gives us more each year.
“In general, I believe that the team functions best as a learning community. Every time, we make an effort to be innovative and to push ourselves to our absolute limits.