Pep Guardiola thinks old foe Jose Mourinho and Tottenham are sure to face a tough test for his in-form Manchester City side.
Pep Guardiola has cautioned that Manchester City’s record-breaking winning streak would count for nothing when they take to the field against Tottenham on Saturday.
City set a new best record for an English top-flight team in midweek when a 3-1 FA Cup fifth-round victory at Swansea City marked a fifteenth consecutive win in all competitions.
“It’s nice to make a good run but it is the consequence of thinking game by game. It’s good statistics, but statistics don’t help you win the next one. We are not unsurpassable. Winning 15 games in a row does not help us to start 2-0 in the next game.
It’s great, it’s fine, it helps us to be where we are in the Carabao Cup, the FA Cup, the Champions League, and the Premier League, but tomorrow we have to start again. Against three extremely powerful teams, it’s an important week.
From our game when we played there, we have to imagine what we have to do to play better and beat them.”