The Reds' 2-1 loss to Wolves at Molineux in the FA Cup was the second time they've exited a cup competition at the first time of asking, following the EFL Cup defeat to Chelsea at Anfield in September. The one we seen on Sunday who are on their game and irresistible, but they have also thrown in a couple of well below-par performances. "You can not be 'oh, it's Burton" and we did not - that is why I'm pleased.
Burton have since progressed to the third tier in League One, but Clough believes stopping Pep Guardiola's City, particularly when they travel to the Etihad on Wednesday, is an even tougher task.
"We are not a team that have a lot of titles in our museum so every chance to make a final you have to take".
'We played very well and with respect, that's important.
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By the 37th minute, a City side that was nowhere near at full strength - half the team were back-up players - was 4-0 up and the home fans were singing about going to Wembley Stadium.
Ahead of the first leg of the tie on Wednesday night, Clough spoke to the media, and made comparisons between the respective draws against the Manchester clubs. "If they want to play quick, we want to play quicker; always we try to put water (on) but it's not necessary here because of the weather". "In this incredible schedule, we have a little bit of a break in that week to prepare for the other competitions".
"The only way is to take it seriously". And we stopped them, that's a positive for us. "We didn't do too much wrong, two or three of the goals we could have done more but we didn't too badly".
"Some of the youngsters have had an experience that you can't buy".