Such has been City's dominance that they are nearly certain to break a number of records by the time the season draws to a close.
City host United at the Etihad on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Premier League from 5pm, knowing victory will confirm Guardiola's first English league title.
"We are going to have training and we are going to see his physical condition". "Of course it is hard but we believe".
Losing to United would upset fans, but is unlikely to be detrimental to City's season. "It would be wonderful, something different", he said. If not, you need a miracle and I am not able to do that.
"There are 90 minutes more, we are going to try".
Guardiola would also not be drawn into discussing how he would celebrate if City won the title on Saturday, suggesting that could take focus off his players' duties. A 3-0 defeat away to West Ham in his first league match in charge will have done nothing to dissuade his critics and his team look up against it again.
It revived memories of Guardiola's time at Bayern Munich, when he changed his formation to 4-2-4 for the second leg of the semifinals against Real Madrid.
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Acting senior commander, Todd Royner, issued a statement calling the tragedy a day of sadness for the 101st airborne. Two soldiers have been killed in the crash, which occurred during routine training and is now under investigation.
The club said the priority was to "establish the facts and offer Manchester City whatever support is necessary". It's possible Chelsea fans will argue their 2004-05 team, with.
Yet just when it seemed United were being outplayed to the point of embarrassment, they launched an astonishing comeback soon after the break with Pogba, previously anonymous despite a new flashy blue hair-do, striking twice in two minutes.
It had an effect on the Premier League Champions-elect as the team performance wasn't up to par with their unbelievable form in England's main division.
Yet making City wait for their place among the immortals would be some consolation for United, whose midfielder Juan Mata is well aware how important it is to show some pride.
"The only thing I would say is that all the big teams around the world - maybe in the last two years we spent more - on average, over the last five or 10 years, have spent a lot of money".
"We're a young team and a team to create and sometimes not to defend but, after that, we overcome the situations, we create chances, decisions and the last action there was a good save from De Gea".