Guardiola urges City to be like a 'machine' in push for quadruple

Apr 02, 2019, 00:24
Guardiola urges City to be like a 'machine' in push for quadruple

At the start of the season, most pundits predicted that Liverpool would give a tough fight to Man City in the title race but eventually it would be Pep Guardiola's men who would end up defending their Premier League crown. "After the goals we controlled it", he said.

"We were very motivated knowing that Liverpool have one more game than us".

City were ruthless in exploiting mistakes early and Fulham's near-constant concessions of the ball around their own penalty area beggared belief; Bernardo Silva's low, inch-perfect curler in the fifth minute arrived after sloppy play from Timothy Fosu-Mensah and the undercooked ball from Bryan that set Aguero away was also entirely characteristic of their display.

"Tomorrow we have the real assessment, he says he felt something but not injured".

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'After the worldwide break, people were exhausted, so I'm pretty sure in the next game our players will be a bit better.

Aguero (and Guardiola) will be well attuned to the fact that next weekend's FA Cup semifinal with Brighton holds no guarantees and is followed three days later a Champions League quarterfinal first leg away to Tottenham. Always you have doubts about how they're going to react.

However, Guardiola refuses to look that far ahead just yet and he urged his players to take it one game at a time.

The Reds will be looking to boost their title push with a victory when they welcome Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield for Sunday's Premier League showdown. We can not win the Premier League without changing.' Scott Parker, Fulham's interim manager, would not be surprised to see City end the season with four trophies. Every game in every week we have to win. 'But we need Kevin De Bruyne and the players who stayed in Manchester like Vincent Kompany, Phil Foden, because in the next game we're going to make a few changes. Every game in every week, we have to win.

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'We have a tough, tough opponent.

'He decided on not continuing. "The best way is to be focused on the next match".

"I want them to lose, and they are so good, and sometimes it's hard for them to lose." the Senegalese added.

Cardiff remain the favourites to be the third and final side to drop to the Championship, with manager Neil Warnock left fuming as the Bluebirds slipped to a controversial defeat to Chelsea to remain five points adrift of safety.

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ET on ESPN+), Solskjaer has sided with Jurgen Klopp and said he will not be prioritising one competition over another. Aguero then scored his controversial late victor to keep Manchester City's hopes of winning the quadruple alive.

With seven games remaining before the end of the season, the Senegal global said that he keeps a close eye on the Citizens' matches and hopes they drop points for his team's advantage.