Guardiola: I have more power than ever before

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Guardiola: I have more power than ever before

We had a lot of chances in the second half, yes, but we made a mess of 45 minutes. "I think it's possible to reverse the tie and we'll do everything to make that happen".

"They've got a lot of top players to stop, but we've got a good record against them, we'll set up the way the manager wants, we'll set up in training this week, look at their weaknesses and hopefully exploit them". We know that we can be hard to play in games like this, that's true.

"[Against Liverpool] I expect a reaction from this team".

"I have more power than ever in my life as a manager". "The gap between the first and the second halves is there". All three goals City conceded raised questions about their defence, particularly the victor, when Tiemoue Bakayoko was allowed to rise unchallenged to head home Thomas Lemar's free-kick 13 minutes from time. But City must still step up defensively and, for John Stones, it is going to be a very important occasion.

Luckily enough we still have a chance of winning a trophy, so thoughts of Arsenal fans will inevitably turn to our FA cup semi-final with Man City and after watching them get knocked out of the Champions League by Monaco I for one am feeling much better about things.

"It was tighter in the second half but, if you analyse the two matches, home and away, Monaco deserved to qualify".

And Klopp appeared to agree with the Special One ahead of Liverpool's crunch clash with Manchester City on Sunday, by suggesting Pep Guardiola's expensively assembled team plays "real football".

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Those players on loan, such as Joe Hart and Samir Nasri, are in real danger of being booted out for good, as are the likes of Aguero and Vincent Kompany.

The only English club to reach the last eight are Leicester City languishing in the bottom half of the Premiership. "And that doesn't make it easier", the 25-year-old told British media.

City's attacks were few and far between and those they did piece together fizzled out before they reached the box.

In the night's other second-leg match, Monaco beat Manchester City 3-1 at home to advance on the away goals rule after their contest finished 6-6 on aggregate.

But Betfair is offering new customers the chance to throw their faith behind the Catalan's charges and back them at the boosted price of 5/1 (6.00) .

"We dominated a club (placed third) in the Premier League".

After the goals galore of first leg at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, both the teams will be looking to book their quarter final berth in the football's biggest showdown.

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