|You cannot imagine the frustration we felt going out of that beautiful competition, the Champions League,
said Guardiola. Then we had Spurs at home to stay alive in the Premier League.
Bernardo is having an incredible season, incredible,
Guardiola told reporters. In the second half [against United] he played like a holding midfielder.
Look at how he celebrates the goals with his team-mates,
Guardiola said. He's a joy, I'm an incredibly lucky guy to have in my hands.
It's an important win in the race for the Premier League,
said City boss Pep Guardiola. It was tight, Spurs had more chances than the previous two games, but the effort the players had after a tough day on Wednesday was incredible.