Dominant Manchester City Will Only Get Better, Pep Guardiola Warns Rivals

Dominant Manchester City Will Only Get Better, Pep Guardiola Warns Rivals

City, who strung together 14 league wins at the end of the season, are the first side to retain the title since their bitter rivals Manchester United managed the feat in 2009, and remain on course for the first domestic treble in English football history.

Manchester City came from behind to beat Brighton 4-1 on Sunday and take the title by just one point from Liverpool, despite the Reds amassing a club record 97 points.

After one pint of beer appeared to make contact with Neville's shoulder, the video showed supporters repeatedly telling the retired right-back to "f*** off" as he was forced to duck a second drink that was launched at his head.

News of Brighton taking the lead against City, brought inevitable roars from the crowd and, even with Pep Guardiola's side quickly replying, for 21 minutes, until City got in front, Liverpool were temporarily in the top spot.

Klopp said: "Congratulations to Manchester City". I can read all the numbers.

Gary Neville, an eight-time title victor with Manchester United, has admitted Manchester City could be the greatest Premier League team ever. Liverpool will maintain and so we have to be better.

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"If you really want something, you feel the disappointment as well". Competing against that team, we do what we should have done.

"If I would start telling you all the positive things about this team we would be here until an hour before the Champions League final".

The team are riding high on confidence after reaching their second successive Champions League final courtesy of a stunning comeback from a three-goal first-leg deficit against Barcelona in Anfield last week. We accept that, no problem.

This term has been a totally different campaign, with City digging deep to see off the relentless challenge of Liverpool, who have lost just one Premier League game all season.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, left, talks to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah at the end of the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Anfield stadium in Liverpool, England, Sunday, May 12, 2019.

"Chris will always be very fondly remembered by Albion staff and fans as one of our club's finest and most respected managers", he added.

After defeat in the play-off semi-finals in 2016, Hughton led Albion back to the top flight for the first time since 1983 the following season with a second-placed finish.

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