Hi Koora – Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has a negative record in the history of the English Premier League regarding the success rate of his players taking the penalty kicks the team gets.
According to what was reported by the British newspaper The Sun, Manchester City has taken 62 penalty kicks since Guardiola took over, 44 of which were converted into goals, while 18 penalties the team failed to score, achieving a success rate of 71%, which is one of the lowest percentages among coaches in the history of the Premier League.
Under Guardiola’s leadership, Raheem Sterling missed 4 penalty kicks, while Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus and Kai Gundogan missed three kicks each, while Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez missed two kicks, while Erling Haaland missed one kick.
Frenchman Arsene Wenger, the former coach of Arsenal, has the highest success rate in converting penalty kicks into goals for his team, at 77%, followed by Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary coach of Manchester United, with a rate of 75%, then the late coach Bobby Robson with Newcastle, with a rate of 74%, then Alan Curbishley with Charlton, with a rate of 73%. % Then Frenchman Gerard Houllier with Liverpool with 72%.