Guardiola: It's time to bask in our achievements

  • Guardiola: It's time to bask in our achievements

Guardiola: It's time to bask in our achievements

Jesus' dramatic victor was a timely reminder that this City side are no ordinary team.

David Silva insists he will "forever be in the debt" of Pep Guardiola after the Manchester City boss allowed him to visit his poorly son Mateo during the second half of their record-breaking Premier League campaign. Then we'll try to come...

He steered City to third-place past year and on their title-winning campaign this time round became the first side in Premier League history to rack up 100 points.

"I want to win everything we can!"

After such a lovely assist, we can't help but feel that beer will have tasted better than any others that fan had all day. Me and my players were on the limits, we did the maximum that we could.

"We have the most points ever and with the competition you have with all the big teams it is very tough".

Stoke, whose relegation to the Championship had already been confirmed, held on to end Swansea's seven-year run in the Premier League. City beat that with a final goal difference of +79.

"It's not the time to talk of next season".

A gulf between the best and the rest has grown anyway and Arsene Wenger, the departing Arsenal manager, predicted a massive transformation in the coming years.

"His (Arteta's) contribution (to our season), was outstanding, amazing". We were together so good, all the staff, Mikel. "So if he stays, I will be (the) happiest guy in the world", the 47-year-old said. Lastly, I wish to say to everybody: Get pleasure from tonight, you deserve it.

"I think Daniel is going to listen to me".

The Reds are in their first Champions League final in almost a decade.

"If we play like this (a 3-0 loss at Newcastle) in the FA Cup final, we don't have a chance. We have (five) days to change our approach, our desire, our will to fight because we can do much better", he warned.

"The next evolution? You will certainly have a European league over the weekends", Wenger said.

The 68-year-old Frenchman was in a pensive mood after his 1,235th and final game in charge.

His successful take-on percentage (80.56%), shot accuracy (59%) and pass completion (87%) are all better than that of Sterling and Sane, meaning he could perhaps replicate the form of both players, if not better them next season. Teams playing in the league continued to battle hard even on the very last day of the season.

"What I was thinking for this club and for you is happening now", Touré said proudly before signing off.