The goalkeeper of Burton had one of the busiest days in this career about a week ago while he prepared for the second leg of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday with proud.
For several people, allowing 9 goals in the match should be an experience to forget. However, for Bradley Collins, the Burton Albion goalkeeper, the mournful 9-0 by Man City had been an evening to remember.
The goalkeeper had been on loan from Chelsea and he had been given an awful insight into what is needed for reaching the top level while Manchester City ran riot at the Carabao Cup’s first leg semi-final on last week at Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola had shown some respect to Burton by fielding a squad that contained David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane, and Riyad Mahrez as he ascertained his joint victory as the manager.
Being knocked out of Burnley and also Champions club Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, and Middlesbrough are on their way to play against Man City in the last 4. Burton had not been given any other chance to upset.
Collins, the Chelsea player on loan had extended his contract at Burton 7 days prior to the game against Manchester City after he had established himself as the first-choice of goalkeeper for the team.
Guardiola showered his kinds words upon him after the match. He had said that it is a great achievement to reach the semi-finals. Guardiola also said that they are a credit to themselves and said this to the staff too.