100 points? I can not believe it - Guardiola marvels at super City

100 points? I can not believe it - Guardiola marvels at super City

100 points? I can not believe it - Guardiola marvels at super City

Ederson has committed himself to Manchester City for the next seven years, the Premier League champions have announced. I think it's a record that will stay for a long time. "It shows how stable and how good we were all the season".

"Our rhythm was not so high but during the game we were focused and at the end the excellent pass from Kevin and awesome finish from Gabriel made the difference to achieve that".

Pep Guardiola leapt on to the field jubilantly to join the celebrations in the knowledge his team had become the first in English top-flight history to reach 100 points in a single campaign. And Jesus seemed the most likely man to do it. City started the match without an out-and-out striker but whereas it has worked for them in the past, they needed the introduction of Jesus on the hour mark to step up their threat.

"All of the competitions, but for me the Champions League is without a doubt a very special competition for us, and it is my dream to win it in Manchester City's shirt".

"All the records we've broken, it's a outcome of the way we played".

"They play more here; sometimes we look more for the sides to attack".

"We were better than our opponents, and the records we broke came from the way we played".

Defeat was not costly for the hosts, who beat the drop thanks to Swansea's loss to Stoke.

Manchester City have their eyes on another century as they aim to wrap up their outstanding season with a flourish.

But they had no intention of letting the impending party distract them on the south coast.

Guardiola's men pushed hard in the second half, and Raheem Sterling struck the right-hand post with a deflected effort, before John Stones' header from the resultant corner was tipped over by Alex McCarthy. That made Foden the youngest ever victor of a Premier League medal at the age of 17 years and 350 days, overtaking Gael Clichy, then of Arsenal.

Further back, David de Gea's clean sheet against Watford saw him win the Premier League's Golden Glove award with 18 shutouts and named Manchester United's Player of the Year for a record fourth time.

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