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Manchester City v Spurs - Post match reaction and match stats
17 December 2017 07:38 Post ID: #613700
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City extended their winning streak with an emphatic dispatching of media darlings Tottenham Hotspurs.

What are your views on the performance?

http://www.manchestercity.vitalfootball.co.uk/stats.asp?a=588349
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17 December 2017 08:22 Post ID: #613704 - in reply to #613700
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Rio and Frank Lampard - They have not won anything Yet!
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17 December 2017 08:23 Post ID: #613705 - in reply to #613700
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On Kevin De Bruyne

'His feet are like paintbrushes'
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown on Match of the Day:
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17 December 2017 08:24 Post ID: #613706 - in reply to #613700
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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "They have good quality, but we played really good to beat one of the strongest teams in the Premier League.

"Without the ball we are a humble team."
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17 December 2017 08:24 Post ID: #613707 - in reply to #613700
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Pep

On City's record winning run: "Since August we are so happy and I admire the most the way we play without the ball - thank you to the club to provide me with these amazing players.

"We are on a good streak, but in three days we have another one."
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17 December 2017 08:25 Post ID: #613708 - in reply to #613700
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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino:
"I think it was a good experience for the team, when you win and play well you maybe don't learn, so you must learn this type of game. We have a lot of positive things, because we played a team in very good form with very good momentum.

"It wasn't bad at the start, but the way we conceded from a corner was a big mistake and a massive present for them. When you play a team in very good form, you cannot give away these gifts.

"When you're playing a team with good quality, if we take risks, we give them the possibility of making chances. We tried to play, but they were better, we have to congratulate them. So far, they are the best team in England."
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17 December 2017 08:26 Post ID: #613709 - in reply to #613700
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Sane has been directly involved in 11 goals in eight Premier League home games this season (five goals, six assists), more than any other player.
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17 December 2017 08:26 Post ID: #613710 - in reply to #613700
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Gundogan's opener was the 200th Premier League goal Lloris has conceded (203 in total now); 25 of them have come against Manchester City.
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17 December 2017 08:27 Post ID: #613711 - in reply to #613700
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Kevin De Bruyne has been directly involved in 14 goals in his 15 Premier League appearances since the start of September (six goals, eight assists).
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17 December 2017 08:36 Post ID: #613712 - in reply to #613711
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Raheem Sterling attacked and called a 'n*****' at Manchester City's training

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-5186943/Raheem-St...
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17 December 2017 08:37 Post ID: #613713 - in reply to #613704
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Buzz Lightyear - 17/12/2017 08:22

Rio and Frank Lampard - They have not won anything Yet!


They are not wrong and there I should a long way to go but I don’t think either the manager, the players nor the fans are taking anything for granted.

They were pretty fulsome in their praise for how City are playing and Pep’s coaching abilities in the post match Premier League Review, even Rio Ferdinand. The fluff and nonsense going around about De Bruyne trolling the rags with his celebration after his goal (actually i think that was for Moaning Maureen’s benefit) or the clip of the players singing ‘Park the bus’ in the changing room after the game.......straw clutching at best. I don’t think complacency will set in - Pep will not allow that - but he knows how to foster a winning squad mentality and allowing your players to enjoy their success is part of that.
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17 December 2017 08:40 Post ID: #613714 - in reply to #613700
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City are the first team since Wolves in 1953-54 to beat Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham in the league before Christmas.
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17 December 2017 08:42 Post ID: #613715 - in reply to #613700
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Haya has revealed that Sergio has an edema (swelling) to his heel, causing him great pain, but despite that he continues to work hard and isn’t complaining.

https://www.mcfcwatch.com/2017/12/16/revealed-sergio-aguero-has-been...
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17 December 2017 08:50 Post ID: #613716 - in reply to #613715
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I love Sergio to bits and hope that the problem clears up soon ........but I can see what Pep likes so much about Gabriel Jesus giving the lad’s movement and effort yesterday.

From Phil McNulty of the bbc

Can Pep Guardiola's side eclipse Premier League greats?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42381736
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17 December 2017 08:53 Post ID: #613718 - in reply to #613714
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Skoorb - 17/12/2017 08:40

City are the first team since Wolves in 1953-54 to beat Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham in the league before Christmas.

an amazing stat, Stan Cullis would like it.
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17 December 2017 08:59 Post ID: #613720 - in reply to #613700
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Guardiola's side have a goal difference of +44, the same as that of nearest rivals Manchester United and Chelsea combined. (Just loving it, every minute.)
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17 December 2017 09:01 Post ID: #613721 - in reply to #613700
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How Pawson didn’t regard this as a red card eludes me

http://www.offthepost.info/blog/2017/12/gif-dele-allis-horror-tackl...

Plus, looking at Saint ‘Arry’s foul on Sterling again on MotD - the excuses given by Graham Poll yesterday just don’t stack up. He slides in, studs up and as he does so actually pushes his foot out at the end of the ‘tackle’ almost ‘stamping’ out at Sterling’s ankle.

Otamendi’s clattering of Kane in the face could also have been a red card for endangering an opponent.
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