Huddersfield boost survival hopes with goalless draw at Manchester City

  • Huddersfield boost survival hopes with goalless draw at Manchester City

Huddersfield boost survival hopes with goalless draw at Manchester City

But it was Wenger's former assistant Pat Rice and the club's former goalkeeper Bob Wilson who made a speech and awarded the 68-year-old with a commemorative gold Premier League trophy - which was awarded to the club after the unbeaten "Invincible" title-winning season.

But, after a delay while uninvited supporters were removed from the field, Guardiola was finally able to see his team presented with the trophy which marks the third major country in which he has managed a team to a title following successes in Spain and Germany with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

Kompany has recovered in time to take his place in Guardiola's defence against Huddersfield and City also have England defender John Stones, out since injuring himself on global duty in late March, available again. "We got it, we did it", he told Sky Sports. "Twenty players have never won the Premier League, a lot of staff and we are going to enjoy it". Defeats are part of competition, nothing special. "You win or lose, you have to try and do what you believe".

A strong showing from the struggling visitors earned a valuable point which may be enough to keep them in the Premier League next season, an impressive achievement given their limited budget.

"It was warm and so tough".

"We're the champions, we're very happy". "The opponents want to beat you, maybe you will relax and you have to be focused if you want to maintain what we have done this season and that is the, that is the point but help us to understand this game for example how hard it will be next season because sport it is so complicated", added Guardiola.

"Here, it's more hard".

Pep Guardiola has reassured Raheem Sterling his recent penalty frustrations are more of a problem for referees than himself.

"The confidence is the most important thing, this point and confidence we take means we know we can get it from the best in the league".

In his latest press conference, Pep Guardiola confirmed that club legend Yaya Toure will be leaving Manchester City at the end of the season.

The WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative tweeted: "Most consecutive wins in a season".

City captain Vincent Kompany praised Guardiola and his coaching staff for bringing a new impetus to the club.

Post-match, the Spaniard issued a challenge to his men to retain their league title for the first time in their history next season. "This team deserves it more than ever".

"I don't think you can underestimate the impact of the gaffer". It was massive. The team has been so willing to learn.