Guardiola: 'Premier League is harder to win than the Champions League'

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"I think Manchester City agreed with VAR but the other top teams, United, Chelsea, I think didn't want it".

"I do not buy this stuff about the Premier League is the main thing, that it is the important one because that is the hardest one to win", said the Sun's head of sport. Bogey, double-bogey, birdie.

"Record-smashing, goal-scoring, swashbuckling and awe-inspiring - Guardiola has overseen a scintillating campaign, setting new standards of brilliance in English football", Man City said in their website.

But a United defeat against Bournemouth in midweek or a City win over Swansea City next Sunday would wrap up the silverware. However it doesn't matter.

"But in one week we lost three games".

"Congratulations to Manchester City on their Premier League title win", they wrote on their official Twitter account. 'Basically the efficiency was excellent once more, ' he mentioned.

"Aguero is injured", Guardiola said. 'If you read what the people say this week we have to improve.

'Every single day. To make 18 games in a row winning you have to be mentally strong.

The Premier League announced on Friday that clubs had voted against implementing VAR next season, instead outlining the need to continue advanced testing. "Very happy to call us champions this year". The fellows are unimaginable.

"Congratulations to Manchester City on their Premier League title win", read the message on United's Twitter account.

Indeed, they could well break the record for wins by a club in a single top-flight season, which is presently held by Tottenham Hotspur (31 in 1960-61).

It ended a 14-game unbeaten run in the league for Tottenham that began after losing at City in December. "I think winning in Stamford Bridge gave us the confidence that we can do that".

'Possibly it is without doubt one of the greatest seasons I ever dwell as a footballer or supervisor.

Chelsea is still in with a slim chance of making one of the four Champions League places. You realise something can happen and it was a wonderful goal by Rodriguez so thank you!

Guardiola cited two high-profile sporting collapses when examining his own team's prospects -- Real Madrid's miserable finish to the 2003-04 La Liga season, and Golden State Warriors' failure to win basketball's NBA finals in 2016. Each sport to remain there'.

Vincent Kompany's long pass caught Tottenham defender Davinson Sanchez flat-footed and Jesus made him pay as he raced clear to fire past Lloris. Soccer is like this.