Guardiola tells City history men to keep at it

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City are unbeaten in the Premier League, with 46 points after 15 wins and one draw and are on an English top-flight record 14-game winning streak within a single season.

"We know it is a big gap but I can think back to when Sir Alex Ferguson was manager and the gap was something like nine points and we ended up losing the title".

"In history there were incredible things like Liverpool in the 80s and United with Alex Ferguson or Chelsea with Jose Mourinho, there were some wonderful teams".

Three days on from that and m usic could be heard coming from the adjacent City dressing room as Guardiola spoke to reporters, telling them it was: "No problem". - Manchester City has won the same number of games in this current winning run (15) as Swansea City has in its 55 Premier League matches since the start of last season.

"We need some luck against Manchester City", said, the Ghana global. "We just have to focus on ourselves, what we can do better and how we can improve". - David Silva has been involved in 13 Premier League goals in 17 games this season (five goals, eight assists) - already more than in the whole of 2016-17 (11 goal involvements in 34 games).

"We didn't talk about the record before the game to be honest".

"While ever there's a chance mathematically, we just keep fighting".

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"We can not disguise his quality but in the past he didn't score too much goals".

The hosts had taken an early lead through Joselu before goals either side of half time from Riyad Mahrez and Demarai Gray turned the game on its head.

City could extend that record when they face bottom side Swansea City on Wednesday.

"It gives you a hard predicament as to what to do and it was comfortable for them".

"We are going to try not to stop to show that feeling to the fans, so when they watch us they know the guys want to win again and again and again".

"I thought we became very passive, showing too much respect -- we were not aggressive enough".

"When he left here he did well, he went to Manchester City but didn't get to the level he would have liked same at stoke so he's got a point to prove to people".

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