Pep’s 150 PL wins in 204 games


Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever  – Manchester City defeated Aston Villa at Villa Park which was their manager Pep Guardiola’s 150th win in the Premier League. Manchester City comfortably eased past Aston Villa to claim their 10th win of the campaign. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates

Stats reveal why Pep Guardiola can be called the greatest Premier League manager ever with the number of wins, goals, and trophies accumulated during the time of Pep’s reign at the Etihad. It is a landmark that is truly remarkable.

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

It has taken the former Barcelona manager just 204 matches to achieve this feat with a win ratio of 73.5 %. Other great managerial names such as Jose Mourinho required 230 matches to reach 150 wins, while Sir Alex Ferguson achieved his 150 wins in 247 matches and the former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger needed 258 games.

Guardiola has given a bit of thinking to do for all Football fans and Pundits by overtaking the managerial greats. But not to forget that Manchester City spent around £1billion in the transfer market to buy the talented players but to keep the consistency is solely credited to Pep with his brilliant tactics.

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Pep has spent around 5 years in England since he arrived in 2016. Later on, speaking about the milestone, Guardiola said, “It’s a lot, we did it in a short time. What we have is achieved altogether.

It is a big compliment for the whole club, the chairman. There’s more to come, we’re going to fight and work and try to take good decisions and win more.”

Pep’s Man City record: There have been 25 draws and 29 losses along the way but with a mere 78 wins it doesn’t seem to affect the stats. 78 of the wins have come at the Etihad Stadium and 72 on the road, with the Emirates Stadium, Turf Moor, London Stadium, and Selhurst Park their favorite grounds. Manchester City have recorded 10 wins against Arsenal, Burnley, and West Ham.

Guardiola’s City have certainly dished out some thrashings as well. The highest scoreline was 8-0 against Watford in September 2019 – and win No 151 might well come against that opposition, who City travel to face on Saturday at 5.30 pm.

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

They have hit seven goals against Stoke City in October 2017 and six goals against Watford in September 2017, Huddersfield in August 2018, Southampton in November 2018, Chelsea in February 2019 and, Aston Villa in January 2020.

City have racked up 495 goals during Guardiola’s 204 Premier League matches in charge and it perhaps isn’t any wonder to learn that club legend Sergio Aguero, who left last summer, has the most with 82. Kevin De Bruyne has the most assists, with 68.

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Pep has become only the fourth manager to reach such a milestone at one Club and he has achieved the honour in just his 204th league game at Manchester City yet another staggering achievement in Guardiola’s Etihad career to date.

Altogether just four English managers have reached that tally with a single club, with Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and David Moyes, during his time in charge at Everton, also reaching the landmark.

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Win %: Mourinho (65%), Ferguson (61%), and Wenger (58%) did in their first 150 wins.

Here’s how Pep compares:

Manager – Team G W D L
Pep Guardiola – Manchester City 204 150 25 29
Alex Ferguson – Manchester United 247 150 62 35
Arsène Wenger – Arsenal 258 150 65 43
David Moyes – Everton 374 150 102 122

 

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever
Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever

Managers achieving 150 PL wins in total

Manager G W D L
Pep Guardiola 204 150 25 29
José Mourinho 231 150 50 31
Alex Ferguson 247 150 62 35
Arsène Wenger 258 150 65 43
Rafael Benítez 286 150 69 67
David Moyes 374 150 102 122
Mark Hughes 422 150 114 158
Harry Redknapp 433 150 115 168
Sam Allardyce 442 150 120 172

 

Pep Guardiola 150 wins: Pep becomes the fastest manager to reach 150 PL wins in just 204 games; Stats reveal why he is the greatest PL manager ever





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