Pep Guardiola dismisses chances of 'invincible' season

Pep Guardiola dismisses chances of 'invincible' season

Guardiola's claim was based on the fact that Wenger referred to Sterling as a player who "dives very well" following the Premier League clash between the sides 3 weeks ago, a fixture during which the winger again earned City a penalty.

City restored their eight point lead at the top of the Premier League table thanks to second half goals from Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.

Raheem Sterling's fortunate late victor gave City the three points after they recovered from the shock of falling behind to a Nicolas Otamendi own goal on the stroke of half-time. We have a lot of games, we will see what team we can play in the final game.

"The Premier League is so tough, now winter has come, we knew they were so aggressive, so strong, but we are so happy for the way we won", Guardiola told BBC Sport.

City were made to work hard for all three points after they went in at the break 1-0 down when Argentina worldwide Nicolas Otamendi deflected a corner into the back of his own net.

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Sterling has now scored 12 goals in what has become his most prolific season and Guardiola reckons the England ace has the world at his feet.

City are firm favourites to win the title after Guardiola went without a trophy for the first time in his managerial career last season. It's so important because you can not win the title with just one or two players scoring goals.

"We want to play in the best way and the best attitude", the City boss added. "We deserved to win because we created more chances and we dominated". "We spoke about not giving up, to keep going".

City have won their last 18 games in all competitions and are unbeaten in their last 26 matches.

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