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Guardiola: It’s in our hands

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has claimed that the media want Liverpool to win the Premier League title this season.

City are at 95 points with one match of the season remaining, while the Reds sit just one behind heading into Sunday’s eagerly-anticipated action.

And following his side’s 1-0 victory against Leicester City this morning, Guardiola said that people in the media want Liverpool to win the title and that he’s “sorry”.

“People in the media desire Liverpool to win the title. So I am sorry for the people that it’s in our hands.

“Liverpool are playing without pressure because it’s not in their hands. We have the pressure because it’s in our hands.

“One game left and we’ll try. It is now 95 points and we need one more victory. We’ll go to Brighton trying. I don’t have to say anything to the players because they are mature.

“Brighton will be tough. They went to Arsenal and got a result. We played them in the FA Cup and that was tough because they are strong, have the set pieces, and I know they’re playing for pride.

“But it’s in our hands. We were seven points behind and never gave up. We won 13 games in a row and that’s why we are in that position.

“Tonight was an incredible performance. Incredible. I’m sorry but it was so good. We are controlling the games. It’s not over yet though. There is happiness of course because we knew it how difficult Leicester would be,” said Guardiola.

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