Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is happy to have own 'Fergie time'


'We started really well but we lost our patience, ' Pep told the BBC. I thought his decision making, when to come out and when to hold his position, he identifies it, releases himself and just tidies up nicely.

Pep Guardiola praised his Manchester City side for evoking the spirit of some of Sir Alex Ferguson's great Manchester United teams as they scored another late victor to move eight points clear at the top of the table. It's a big victory. "We didn't have any rhythm because Adrian was taking 30 seconds every time".

"After that he's trying, but he gave minutes in the last two games, he's ready...but it's not easy for him with 10 players there [in the box], there's nearly no space".

The second-half was a different story, however, as City piled on the pressure with Nicolas Otamendi restoring parity on 61 minutes before David Silva completed the comeback seven minutes from time.

Guardiola admitted his half-time decision to send on Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus was a key moment as it allowed City to have more support for Sergio Aguero up front.

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"Against the top teams you've got to do it for 90 minutes, not 70 or 80 and we've got some other big games coming up".

The 83rd-minute victor came when David Silva launched himself to acrobatically turn in Kevin De Bruyne's brilliant chipped pass but Moyes pointed towards something of a learning experience for 18-year-old Rice, who he credited with impressing up until that point on his third top-flight start. "We created more with two", he said.

"I would like [if] Paul could play against us - I like to face the team with the best players possible". The pace was better, we had more presence in the box.

Guardiola expects an aerial bombardment from United after seeing his side concede another goal from a set-piece. We spoke a lot about defending set-pieces but they are taller.