Pep Guardiola has ruled out winning the quadruple with Manchester City after they beat Leicester City 4-3 on penalties in Tuesday’s League Cup semi-finals.
City keeper Claudio Bravo saved Riyad Mahrez’s penalty to give victory to the Manchester side after normal time ended 1-1.
Speaking after the game, the former Barcelona manager admitted that he didn’t expect to hear “quadruple” at the start of the season.
City are in a rich vein of form having gone on a 16-game winning streak in the Premier League with an 11-point lead.
“Forget about it. That is not going to happen,” he said when asked if his team will win all trophies on show.
“That’s unreal…. In football you drop points, you lose. I am not thinking about that.
“A lot of young players played. I am so happy for all the players. They showed me very good things.”