Let's See What Leicester City Can Do At Manchester City - Jurgen Klopp

Will he be Manchester city's hero again

Will he be Manchester city's hero again

A late chance was spurned by former City player Kelechi Iheanacho for the 2016 Premier League winners, and City gained the three points that put them again one point ahead of the Merseyside club and ensure that the title will be decided on the last day of the season.

"No doubts. That's why being there is incredible".

City are in pole position to become the first team to defend the Premier League title for a decade, with Guardiola hailing their achievement in overhauling Liverpool.

"Arriving at this stage, two games left with 92 points, after 100 points last season, being there, that is the most satisfaction I've had as a manager".

"It's not easy, honestly".

"That's why being there, with it in our hands, fighting against them until the end, being seven points behind [as City were in January], is so good".

The standard of this season's title race has rarely been equalled at the highest level of English football.

However, Guardiola has also face Barça as an opposition coach and, speaking before his side's key Premier League game against Leicester, he revealed the best two teams he has face as a boss.

A lethargic start from City, a byproduct of a whirlwind season for the Blues, saw both sides enter half time tied at 0-0 with neither team seriously threatening goal.

"The difference is Liverpool".

"In my career as a manager, I played against incredible sides", said Guardiola.

Rodgers transfer record was as mixed as his seasons and we have a definitive ranking of his 32 signings at Anfield. "But there are two that were 'Wow!' One is Barcelona managed by Luis Enrique, with Neymar, Messi and Suarez". The other is this Liverpool. "You never know, I don't know [what my future is] at this point, but at least I made today count". We did the opposite of that. "After that, we arrive here".