Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has said that meeting Real Madrid, Juventus or Bayern Munich in the round of sixteen doesn’t matter to him.
City extended their club record winning streak to 16 games with a 1-0 win over Feyenoord on Tuesday.
A Raheem Stirling’s 88th minute Sterling’s winner ensured that they top their Champions League group with a game to spare.
Despite topping the group, City could potentially face European giants Real Madrid, Bayern Munich or Juventus in the knockout stages.
In a chat with newsmen, Guardiola said “We have one game left. We are going to see what will happen.”
“The draw for last 16 doesn’t matter. It always will be complicated.
“We have now qualified from the Champions League group stages, playing the game the way that we know can play.
“We are taking it step by step but we are confident that we can challenge the other teams.”