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The 50-year-old Spaniard comfortably captured the Premier League title last season, with City finishing 12 points ahead of crosstown rivals Manchester United.
City also secured a record-tying eighth League Cup, but they were knocked out of the FA Cup semi-finals at the hands of Tuchel’s Chelsea.
Guardiola, who is widely considered one of the best managers of all time, also led City to their first Champions League final.
However, the defending Premier League champions suffered a 1-0 defeat to Champions League holders Chelsea in Porto.
FourFourTwo crowned Guardiola the best head coach in the world in a star-studded list, featuring both club and international managers.
The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona boss was praised for his achievements and how he is “still number one,” “still innovating” and “still finding ways to twist other elite coaches into submission.”
Tuchel finished runner-up to Guardiola on this occasion, while Liverpool manager Klopp took home the No 3 spot on the podium.
Italy manager Roberto Mancini ranked at No 6 after leading his men to their Euro 2020 triumph back in the summer, with England boss Gareth Southgate finishing ninth.
Posted below are the 50 best managers in world football right now, according to FourFourTwo.
50. Xavi (Barcelona)
49. Djamel Belmadi (Algeria)
48. Sean Dyche (Burnley)
47. Rafa Benitez (Everton)
46. Marcelino (Athletic Bilbao)
45. Roberto De Zerbi (Shakhtar Donetsk)
44. Bruno Lage (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
43. Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace)
42. Ivan Juric (Torino)
41. Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Rangers)
40. Thomas Frank (Brentford)
39. Steve Clarke (Scotland)
38. Urs Fischer (Union Berlin)
37. Christophe Galtier (Nice)
36. Luciano Spalletti (Napoli)
35. Tite (Brazil)
34. Marcelo Gallardo (River Plate)
33. Christian Streich (SC Freiburg)
32. Graham Potter (Brighton)
31. Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus)
30. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)
29. Maurizio Sarri (Lazio)
28. Zinedine Zidane (N/A)
27. Simone Inzaghi (Inter Milan)
26. Didier Deschamps (France)
25. Luis Enrique (Spain)
24. Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City)
23. Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid)
22. Stefano Pioli (AC Milan)
21. Lionel Scaloni (Argentina)
20. Julen Lopetegui (Sevilla)
19. Ralf Rangnick (Manchester United)
18. Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United)
17. Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa)
16. David Moyes (West Ham)
15. Marco Rose (Borussia Dortmund)
14. Gian Piero Gasperini (Atalanta)
13. Unai Emery (Villarreal)
12. Erik ten Hag (Ajax)
11. Kasper Hjulmand (Denmark)
10. Mauricio Pochettino (Paris Saint-Germain)
9. Gareth Southgate (England)
8. Julian Nagelsmann (Bayern Munich)
7. Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid)
6. Roberto Mancini (Italy)
5. Hans-Dieter Flick (Germany)
4. Antonio Conte (Tottenham)
3. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)
2. Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea)
1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)
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