Resilient Manchester City delight Guardiola as striker restores order

Klopp left fuming as Liverpool slip up at struggling Swansea

Resilient Manchester City delight Guardiola as striker restores order

However, City were able to breathe easy with seven minutes remaining when the thrilling Leroy Sane waltzed around and through Newcastle's defence before laying off to Aguero who swept home his third goal.

Pep Guardiola can seem to concentrate more on the aesthetics than the statistics.

City need 31 points to be certain of securing the Premier League crown and Guardiola is targeting 11 wins from their final 14 matches. With Jesus out until perhaps the Champions League returns, Aguero will get little chance to rest and you will wonder if fatigue will set in for the 29-year-old. "We need to do more like this week after week".

"We lost a lot of balls".

Juergen Klopp's Liverpool are at bottom club Swansea City on Monday and after their vibrant display against City will be looking to extend a run of four wins.

The young captain was occupied for 90 minutes, with the Manchester City attack creating risky scoring opportunities every few minutes. With no old-fashioned striker to roll the dice with and lump the ball up to, you feel Guardiola's lack of alternative could haunt them in the quest for all silverware.

"We made an outstanding performance against 10 men in the box".

At St James' Park, Guardiola claimed it is particularly hard "when the other team doesn't want to play", and while every manager reserves the right to set up and play how they want, the script was the same.

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The Magpies had entertained the Citizens at St. James' Park just three weeks prior and were defeated by a Raheem Sterling goal. He needs more quality and more competition in several key areas.

City boss Guardiola, who turned 47 on Thursday, watched as his side's 30-game unbeaten league record was ended in a thrilling 4-3 defeat at Liverpool last Sunday.

"It is important to see the personality, the team and try to do the things and with mistakes or no mistakes that is the power of football, the desire to try". Their winning streak came to an end when Silva didn't play against Crystal Palace and he was left on the bench during the loss against Liverpool. Fortunately, Guardiola has a superb alternative in Ilkay Gundogan, but there is no knowing how long Silva will be occupied by off the pitch matters for.

Indeed, in Europe's top five league's this season, only PSG's Neymar can boast more assists with 13, while Sane's Manchester City teammate Kevin De Bruyne and Max Philipp of Bundesliga side Augsburg are both level with Sane on ten.

He replaces Ilkay Gundogan in the starting XI, and Oleksandr Zinchenko also comes in to replace Fabian Delph at left-back.

As for right back, City spent a combined £80 million on Kyle Walker and Danilo.

"I have been praising the players the whole season in terms of effort, sometimes it's a bit of luck".

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