Manchester City have announced their starting eleven and substitutes to take on struggling Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in a Premier League fixture this afternoon.
Guardiola's side now sit third in the table, but can move above second-placed Tottenham if they win their game in hand at Stoke on Wednesday.
Manchester City are looking like the real deal again.
City's top scorer was denied a late second goal by keeper Jordan Pickford after Leroy Sane put the result beyond doubt by doubling his side's advantage just before the hour when the German midfielder rounded-off a counter-attack to score for the third consecutive game.
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Pep Guardiola:"During the season, we have had some good moments, some not so good".
"When that happens during the game, mentally you're more relaxed, more confident and of course the quality of their play makes the difference".
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"What we have to do against the big teams is stay in the game for as long as possible, because we know we're Sunderland, we're hard workers". And and I can say that because I was manager for the best player in history, so that's why I know the gap.
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"With this talent it would be a pity if we didn't try to help him to fulfil all this potential that he has". The one that hits the post and comes out maybe that'll hit the inside of the post and go in next time.
But they did after 41 minutes when Yaya Toure carried the ball forward and Silva played in Sterling, who crossed low for Aguero to finish.
"We know how tough it's going to be; I was able to see a great game against Monaco so we know what they're capable of, and I think everyone expected that at the start of the season".
They ran out knowing they were deep in trouble after wins for Crystal Palace, Swansea and Leicester on Saturday had left them six points adrift of safety with 12 games to go. I've said they should remain positive after and they are.
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"We have to do what we did in the past few years, which is get out of where we are".