Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has come out to say that those criticizing Benjamin Mendy after he was caught breaking coronavirus rules should look in the mirror.
Pep recently revealed that the Frenchman definitely had good intentions with the heart that he has, even if he needs to learn some things.
According to him, people should learn to stop judging others as it would be better if we judge ourselves more.
He added that he is certain that Mendy will improve on himself and be more careful in the future.
His words, “He had good intentions with the heart that he has, but he has to understand some things. He invited two or three people on New Year’s Eve, they all tested negative, but they were at his house. I would like to know how many people had five or six people at home on New Year’s Eve, I’m pretty sure many,”
“Normally in society we judge the other one, it would be better if we judge ourselves. I’m pretty sure Benjamin will improve on that and next time he will be more careful.
“He broke the rules, I’m not justifying it, he cannot do it. But don’t give lessons to the other ones, don’t put examples from the players for society. We all have to do what we have to do.
“Of course it was not correct what he has done, but don’t judge him too much, if we look at what we have done New Year’s Eve, many, many people have maybe done the same.”
“It’s easy to judge others.”
“He’s part of the group, he’s one of the good guys, he’s beloved in our group, he was one of the most active players in the stands. He’s a special guy for all of us and he has an incredible heart.”