City moved a step closer to winning the title following Monday's routine 2-0 win against lowly Stoke City, which restored their 16-point lead over neighbours United.
"Everyone is asking but the important thing is that it's March 12th and we have 81 points and that is a lot of points", Guardiola told a news conference.
"He was very complimentary to ourselves with the spirit we showed but I went to congratulate him for the way they play the game".
What's more, City have several Premier League records in their sights as they look to complete one of the greatest domestic seasons in English football history.
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While that triumph came on goal difference in the final seconds of the season, the club's fifth top-flight league title will be won much more comfortably. His family and son are the most important thing. "When and where, it doesn't matter".
Kompany said: "I think everybody in the blue side of Manchester knows it's a once in a lifetime opportunity. It is not going to be handed to us".
For all Stoke's reputation as a hostile venue for opposition teams, City were rarely tested on Monday, a goal in each half from David Silva securing victory.
"We are going to be together and make three training sessions in five days. some people are playing golf", said Guardiola. These are the last games before the World Cup, and despite having his spot under Tite nearly guaranteed, the Manchester City player still hopes he can get a place in the starting team.
"David Silva controls the tempo".
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A man-of-the-match display. It's good for me to play.
"The manager has said we have stuff to work on but having the sun on us feels like a holiday - even though it's not, but you get what I mean". They have gone to another level.
"Manchester City, the facilities, unbelievable experience", Benni McCarthy said after returning from Europe where he watched the Premier League giants in action in the Champions League.
"Defensively we got caught for the goals but they never carved us up like they have with other teams". "We managed to take an important step today, a hard, complicated opponent, fighting to stay in the Premier League".
"We are still well in the mix, there are plenty of points to be played for and we will be ready to go again on Saturday against Everton".
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She emphatically closed out the 36-minute set with back-to-back aces that clocked 108 miles per hour and 120 miles per hour . Still showing some rust from her long layoff, Serena hit just one ace and made 37 unforced errors to 32 for Bertens.
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