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Guardiola was not exaggerating, it has been his hardest league win

Guardiola was not exaggerating, it has been his hardest league win

"Congratulations to City, they deserved it by one point". If we are ready to make the next step, we will. I can read all the numbers.

There was a scare for the Citizens when Glenn Murray opened the scoring for Brighton in the first half, but Sergio Aguero's leveller moments later calmed any nerves and set the visitors on to a 4-1 victory.

I am not anxious that this is as good as it can be.

Cox said the key for players was knowing they did all they could and, by posting the highest points tally not to win the title in history, Liverpool have certainly done that. He is a manager who has demanded the best from his players and his staff throughout the season.

City's "Captain Marvel" Kompany, whose thunderbolt against Leicester City on Monday for a 1-0 win was critical to their title push, echoed his team's feelings, saying: "I'm desperate, desperate, desperate to win the FA Cup next week".

"Everybody knows we will go again but if you really want something, you feel the disappointment as well".

For 21 minutes Liverpool actually went top on the live league table after Sadio Mane opened the scoring in the 17th minute. Because you can not buy hunger, the sustaining daily hunger that drove the greatest teams of other eras, ' said the Independent.

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Following that they will have a one-week training camp in Spain (in Marbella or Majorca) before moving on to Madrid arriving two days before the final on May 30.

"It's hard and they've been fantastic, but hopefully we can give them something in the Champions League final [against Tottenham] in a few weeks".

"Liverpool in the last four years didn't win one". City needed 98 points this season, the 2nd highest points total of all time, after they reached 100 last season, with Liverpool's 97 points leaving them with the third highest points total of all time, but without a Premier League to show for it. We accept that, no problem.

That is why the Reds can not rest and be too satisfied with their achievements, because they will have to improve further if they are going to challenge again.

bet365's Steve Freeth said: "A monumental title race has been settled on the final day and few would argue that Pep's entertainers shouldn't be favourites to win it three times on the bounce - a feat only achieved by Manchester United so far during the Premier League era".

Whatever happens, this is going to be a gripping final game. "Let's enjoy it and appreciate it but work on it to improve and get stronger".