Manchester City's Sane put's pressure on Liverpool: We're right behind you

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A defeat against Liverpool would have left City 10 points behind in the title race and Sane described the victory as one of the best since he joined the club three seasons ago. They are the ones I respect the most. You'll go a long way to find a more freaky nine-point haul than the one achieved by Leicester, who defeated Chelsea and Everton away from home as well as Manchester City at the King Power Stadium, but surprisingly lost at home to Cardiff. "They are still leaders and they have a lot of games to play as well". Stones said. "Those sort of things can change a game".

"It was not our or City's best game because we both made it hard for the other team".

Check out the goal-line technology image of the ball being just 11 millimetres from crossing the line for the score that would have put Liverpool ahead.

"Klopp has turned Liverpool into an absolute fighting machine - both attacking and defending", he explained.

Liverpool next play Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux in the third round of the FA Cup on Monday.

"We have to think about the whole situation, not being like children and jumping always from one problem to the next problem - we have to consider all and that's what we will do".

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"I really like Vincent Kompany but how on Earth is that not a red card?" We competed and we were there like a real team. The German added: "We only scored more goals, but the possession was at least 60:40 for them in all the games but we won them". Like all the boys who don't play constantly week in week out, they kept the level really high in training.

In March, City go to Old Trafford for their Manchester derby clash and in April they host Tottenham.

These competitions rank lower than the Premier League, or the Champions League which resumes next month, but Guardiola does not want to give them up, even if it makes for a tough schedule.

Bumps in the road were to be expected over the course of gruelling campaign, despite bold predictions of emulating Arsenal's "Invincibles", and the Reds now have the chance to prove that can recover from any stumbles they suffer.

City have not been noted in the Guardiola years for physical intensity and, though it brought a result in an important game, it was slightly odd to see the manager adapt his principles so significantly.