Speaking on Friday ahead of his team's trip to London to face Chelsea in the English Premier League, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said he has no doubt it was right to call off the game at Everton last Monday.
At the time the Merseyside club issued a statement calling for "full disclosure" of all information behind the Premier League's decision.
The match at Goodison Park was postponed just hours before kick-off after three further City players tested positive for coronavirus.
This was on top of right-back Kyle Walker and striker Gabriel Jesus, and two other members of first-team staff, returning positive tests on Christmas Day.
City manager Guardiola was frustrated by Everton's attitude and any possible questioning of his club's motives.
As the Spaniard saw it - much as he did over recent calls for the competition to allow five substitutes per game - it was simply a case of people's welfare being put first.
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