"We are going to lose a game," Guardiola told reporters Sunday. "[Sunday] was so close. With one game a week, you are less likely to drop points, but with three games a week and four competitions, it is impossible. "When it happens, I want to see how we are going to react. "Eighteen wins in a row is amazing, including 11 Premier League wins in a row. We are in a good moment. It was a big win in a real Premier League game."
"It is impossible to win every game easily, this League is so tough. The guys competed amazingly, which is why we won"- Pep Guardiola #HUDMCI pic.twitter.com/gC1K96Fa7r — Premier League (@premierleague) November 26, 2017
Arsenal's "2003-04 Invincibles", Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side who won a Premier League-record 95 points the next season, and the Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired Manchester United of 2007-08 are among the teams touted as the Premier League's greatest. But City are now firmly entrenched in that debate and, in blazing to an eight-point lead after 13 games, they have set an unprecedented level of performance in the Premier League. While their seemingly unstoppable rise has been built upon their irresistible attack, it was resilience that saw beat promoted Huddersfield for their 18th successive victory.
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City posses an attacking arsenal few sides in world football can match, but it is perhaps the form of their rejuvenated England winger Raheem Sterling that will please Guardiola most. The 22-year-old had struggled for consistency since his big-money move from Liverpool in 2015, but has now scored 12 goals in 18 appearance in all competitions - his best return in any single season. Sunday he was at the heart of City's best play, winning the penalty for Sergio Aguero's equaliser before bundling home the winner in the 84th minute.
Will Manchester City go unbeaten this season? Pep Guardiola doesn't think so."We are going to lose" says the City boss after beating Huddersfield ? https://t.co/RZJobbOhOZ pic.twitter.com/6aUovA2pXZ — Sky Sports PL ? (@SkySportsPL) November 26, 2017