What Guardiola said to his players after Man City 2-0 win over United

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Man City 2-0 win over United

Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola has issued a warning to his players after Man City 2-0 win over United not to stay off focus as they still have games at hand to play.

Goals from Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane  helped City passed Liverpool to go top on the League table with a point ahead of the Reds.

And Guardiola said his side cannot enjoy it as much as they could have done in the depths of winter because the title race remains so close.

”It’s in our hands, Liverpool is not going to drop too much points, but it’s in our hands, with three games it’s like this,

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”We’re fortunate it’s in our hands, so it depends on our performances, if we win three games we’re champions and that’s what we’re going to try to do.

Asked about their experience with the Red devils he said;

”No. It was tough, when we lose it’s a disaster when we win it’s easy, but it doesn’t work like that at this level,

”First half was difficult, that is normal, we feel the pressure, we need the points to win the Premier League, second half we were relaxed, we realised we had to win the game.

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”We’ve won the last 11, it’s incredible what these players have done so far but we still have a job to do. If this victory happened in November, December or January then we celebrate more.

”Maybe tonight we can enjoy it, but then tomorrow it’s done, we have to focus.

”I know the people will talk about how beautiful we are, how handsome we are. Now we have to go to Burnley, my two seasons there are so tough, with Chris Wood, Ashley Barnes, Dwight McNeil is an incredible player,we have to be focused, Burnley is always a tough game to play.

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”The first action from Bernardo we attacked, the second half was so good the way we played and faced this kind of game, he told Sky Sports.

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