Let the Manchester derby countdown begin!
"In four or five year's time then nobody needs to say anything [about their ability] anymore - everyone will [already] know". So if Kyle Walker did no damage from wide, and Raheem Sterling's feet did not tempt a penalty area challenge, then De Bruyne or Silva would prod and probe to find the smallest crack.
Fingers crossed his form can continue for England in the World Cup next summer.
"Mourinho, of course, always has this knack in a one-off game of being able to get a result and it's going to be very, very interesting to see". I can promise you we are going to try to win the game.
Guardiola has managed to completely turn around an almost disastrous campaign of last season towards a road to Premier League glory.
City's late wins will have been demoralising for United.
Fabregas decided to make the switch from London to Catalonia and join Guardiola's Barca in 2011.
"It's quite an exceptional achievement really".
He was young and brimming with hope as he moved from Monaco to Barcelona in 2007.
City have been in irresistible form this season but it appears that teams may have identified a potential Achilles heel in their defence at set pieces.
He said: "It's something, something uncomfortable he felt in the last minutes, before the goal he felt something". Adrian, for once, was rooted to the spot.
John Stones has been impressive this season but his injury and continued problems with Vincent Kompany does sometimes leave City looking a bit short at the back with Nicolas Otamendi and Equilam Mangala.
Teenagers Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz made their Champions League debuts as substitutes in the 1-0 win over Feyenoord last time out, while fellow academy products Tosin Adarabioyo and Daniel Grimshaw are also included.
The Big City Christmas Store is Now Open! "It showed what we are. Carroll in the box is better than our central defenders".
He told Premier League Productions: "It's well known by City fans about a kind of a slow progression".