Guardiola sure record-breaking City won't get complacent

Posted December 14, 2017

Manchester City have set a new Premier League record of 15-consecutive wins after a 4-0 victory over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.

He continued: "I am so happy because our job depends on if we win, so if we win we are so happy in our lives and in our jobs".

"In history there were fantastic things like Liverpool in the 80s and Manchester United with Sir Alex Ferguson or Chelsea with Jose Mourinho".

City manager Guardiola endured a mixed first season in English football, but he has made up for lost time in his second campaign, his team streaking clear at the top of the table thanks to some of the most scintillating attacking football England has ever seen. We are very happy.

"When you come from a club where you play every game and then you are playing maybe once a month or two games a month it is completely different", said Bony.

"We didn't talk about the record before the game to be honest". Our feeling - we understand what we want to do.

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Super Eagles star, Wilfred Ndidi was in action throughout the game as reigning CAF Footballer of the Year, Riyad mahrez opened the scoring forthe Foxes. "We just have to keep pushing". "We have many options to score goals and that is so important for us". Because of what those three points points mean for their title resume, and because of how an even misfiring City team can still go into their only ostensible title rival's house and beat them at a canter, this latest derby was huge for the victors, the singular inflection point after which we can stop pretending like a title race exists.

"To be on the receiving end of that was very hard", said Clement, whose team remain at the foot of the table.

The hosts had taken an early lead through Joselu before goals either side of half time from Riyad Mahrez and Demarai Gray turned the game on its head.

"When he left here he did well, he went to Manchester City but didn't get to the level he would have liked same at stoke so he's got a point to prove to people".

"It was a tough evening".