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Pep Guardiola admits Man City are still trailing 'one of greatest teams in England' in Liverpool


maxbet (https://siammaxbet.com) Pep Guardiola admits Manchester City are still trailing Liverpool as he prepares for his latest Anfield examination. The Reds' memorable 4-3 home victory in January was one of only two games City lost during their record-breaking Premier League title-winning campaign last season.

Jurgen Klopp's side then beat their Mancunian rivals home and away in their Champions League quarter-final tie. And while pointing out his side had the last laugh by lifting the title, Guardiola accepts City remain some distance behind “one of the greatest teams in England”.

Asked if Liverpool had found the secret to beating City, he said: “Good – congratulations. They are right. So we won the Premier League. “They are a top side even if we win, the way they play. maxbet Liverpool beat us but they beat a lot of teams, not just Manchester City.

“Liverpool are one of the two greatest teams in England and that's why we tried to be close with them in terms of many, many things, and we are closer. They are a top side.” Guardiola, meanwhile, is confident Liverpool fans will ensure there is no repeat of the bus trauma that marred his team's last visit.

City and many of their followers are still unhappy at the perceived lack of protection afforded the team bus on their last visit to the stadium for the Champions League tie in April. The vehicle was damaged on the journey into the ground after being hit by missiles, maxbet although no arrests were subsequently made by Merseyside Police.
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Manchester United Stun Juventus As Manchester City, Real Madrid Enjoy Big Champions League Wins


Manchester United produced a stunning late comeback to beat Juventus 2-1 link sbo (http://188betsbo.com) on Wednesday in what could be a turning point in their Champions League campaign, while a Gabriel Jesus hat-trick helped Manchester City all but secure a last-16 berth. Pep Guardiola's City crushed Shakhtar Donetsk 6-0 on a night which saw Real Madrid also win big, as Bayern Munich closed in on a place in the knockout stage. Juventus were within seconds of confirming their spot in the last 16 after Cristiano Ronaldo put them ahead in Turin with a superb volley in the 65th minute.

The hosts had already hit the woodwork twice before that and should have been out of sight before Juan Mata equalised from an 86th-minute free-kick. The turnaround was completed in the 90th minute when Leonardo Bonucci scored an own-goal, and United boss Jose Mourinho delighted in taking to the field at the end, cupping an ear towards the home support.

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