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Rodri has pleaded for some rest, acknowledging that Manchester City are feeling fatigued after their 3-3 draw with Real Madrid on Tuesday night.

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Observers have noted a dip in Rodri’s performance over the past week, attributing it primarily to fatigue. The Manchester City midfielder appeared uncharacteristically sloppy with his passing at the Bernabeu, losing possession on multiple occasions and seeming weary during the press.

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Pep Guardiola’s squad is currently navigating a demanding schedule as they aim to replicate last season’s treble success. With a crucial quarter-final second leg against Real Madrid looming next Wednesday, following Saturday’s match against Luton Town and a FA Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea at Wembley three days later, the workload is intense.

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“I need to rest,” pleaded Rodri to Guardiola after the UEFA Champions League draw against Real Madrid.

“We displayed our resilience to come back, to be frank,” Rodri commented. “The discussion about rest in the media is important. They seemed fresher than us in the first half, which is understandable. But I believe the team’s mindset to rally against them and equalize with those goals epitomizes the champion mentality we possess.

“I definitely require some rest,” Rodri emphasized. “We’ll see how we address the situation. Sometimes circumstances are what they are. But planning for a rest is something we’re considering, indeed.”

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