02 April, 2019
City boss Guardiola hailed his players' mental strength, tipping them to "go like a machine" in the chase for an unprecedented clean sweep of Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup this term.
"I just play and I want to win the Premier League, that's the most important thing for me". Neil Warnock's side are 11 points above Fulham and five points behind Burnley who have played one game more. Social media also thought this as they saw the man make a gesture after the last goal.
Anyone calling the Reds bottlers is plain stupid given the fact they could still win the Champions League and Premier League double.
'We know we've got the energy, we know we've got the heart to go right until the end in every single game.
That means Liverpool will record the fourth highest points total in Premier League history and become the only team to get over 90 points and not win the title at the end of the season.
The victory at Craven Cottage was City's 11th in 12 games and they are still on course to for a historic quadruple, having already won the Carabao Cup this term.
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With the game against Tottenham at 1-1 heading into the 90th minute it seemed like a pivotal moment in the title race, as Jurgen Klopp's side looked set to drop two points, and the psychological boost of a late victor can not really be quantified.
"Fulham was a tough game for Liverpool and Chelsea so we knew it was going to be tricky, 12:30 on Saturday, a sunny day".
The wins keep on coming for now permanent manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but Manchester United's sluggish performance in Saturday's 2-1 win over Watford can not just be written off as a typical post-international break display.
"Looking at the league table that's all that matters".
The Brazilian, who even managed to score an equaliser in the second half, was pretty upset with the result, insisting Spurs need to improve in the final games of the season. For all the points we have now, we worked really hard. But we need to keep going like that and we need to play better than we probably did, especially in the second half today.
"They're playing with a nervousness that they'll have to free themselves of in the next six games".