Liverpool spent big after we raised the bar, says City boss Guardiola

Liverpool spent big after we raised the bar, says City boss Guardiola

Liverpool spent big after we raised the bar, says City boss Guardiola

"We are not going to break any more records in the Premier League, it is impossible", Guardiola said ahead of his team's International Champions Cup friendly with Liverpool in New Jersey yesterday (today, Singapore time).

Mane stroked home Liverpool's victor from the penalty spot deep into stoppage time to give Jurgen Klopp's men a morale-boosting victory over an under-strength City team at the MetLife Stadium. Salah scored the equaliser, with Sadio Mane scoring the 2-1 victor from a penalty in the 94th minute.

"He is more than a manager to me, he is a fantastic human being, not only because people have seen what he has done for me". He is in that moment but he has absolutely no issues, I was not concerned about it otherwise he wouldn't have played.

City's record-breaking points tally was 19 more than second-placed Manchester United and 25 more than Liverpool, who finished fourth.

He was quoted on the Manchester City official website as saying: "It was incredible, what we did".

His replacement Bernardo Silva pulled a goal back before 19-year-old Lukas Nmecha poked home the equaliser, Silva netting the victor from 15 yards.

"When you are travelling overseas to see your family you can't be 100 percent concentrated on your job or profession with a problem like this".

This upcoming Premier League season has all the makings of being an absolute classic, and City will have to be at their very best, if they are to retain their title.

No Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva or Sergio Aguero meant more time for manager Pep Guardiola to get a glimpse of young talents like Phil Foden and Jack Harrison, both of whom have made the most of their opportunity in a crowded Man City midfield. We started really well and had a lot of chances. "We have just four or five days to prepare for the first final so we have to adapt".

"Of course he has all the talent to do that so we are happy for him to score, but he is still far away from his best condition".

Bayern are still without a lot of their players as they are yet to return from World Cup duty and that showed last time out when they lost to Juventus.

It was a good team goal and on 23 minutes, Ribery and Robben combined for number two.

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