Hours Ago Guardiola wants more from City

Hours Ago Guardiola wants more from City

Hours Ago Guardiola wants more from City

Burnley boss Sean Dyche felt the City captain should have been sent off for his high challenge on Lennon in the first minute at the Etihad Stadium. It's happening a bit blindside.

"I think there is no doubt how important he was and is. That's the main thing".

"I don't like red cards if they can be not given, but that one is a red card", Dyche told reporters.

And he certainly got that as City ran out 5-0 winners to keep themselves top of the Premier League table.

Wolves fielded the same side for a record ninth straight Premier League game but were undone by two superb goals in the space of 58 seconds midway through the first half from Etienne Capoue and Roberto Pereyra.

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City moved onto 23 points, ahead only on goal difference from similarly unbeaten Liverpool who, far from their best, were grateful for Salah's sharp first-half victor in their unconvincing slog at Huddersfield.

Meanwhile, Guardiola has said that former City winger Jadon Sancho is unlikely to make a return to the club following his England debut against Croatia on October 12.

"You might look at the five goals and say, "How good is the attack"?" "I am happy with the performance of the team for 60 minutes because for 60 minutes we played our football".

The Belgium worldwide has been out with a knee ligament injury since August but has been back in first-team training for the past two weeks.

The former England goalkeeper earned a standing ovation at Etihad Stadium and made a series of fine saves on his first return to the club with whom he won two league titles in a decade of service.

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The biggest learning curve, I was saying to the players afterwards, you have to stay focused and then afterwards remonstrate.

"There have been some incredible goalkeeping legends throughout Manchester City's history, and I feel privileged that the club has chosen to recognise me amongst that number".

"It can't be underestimated what an impact he's had on helping to build this place and make it what it's become today".

Pep Guardiola's side, who face Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League on Tuesday, have a staggering plus-23 goal difference after just nine games to sit first in the top-flight.

Manchester City brushed aside Burnley 5-0 on Saturday but Liverpool kept pace with the champions after Mohamed Salah rediscovered his scoring touch to fire his team to victory against lowly Huddersfield.

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Stones has also been deployed in midfield at times for City this season as Guardiola tests the 24-year-old's capabilities in a range of positions. "I don't know how hard you need to pull a shirt for someone to spin around and fall on the floor; as you know, I'm always amazed by what's going on in the game at the moment".

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