People can not expect us to win every time: Guardiola

People can not expect us to win every time: Guardiola

People can not expect us to win every time: Guardiola

Manchester City midfielder Rodri has said his side must "wake up" and learn from the defensive mishaps that cost them against Norwich City, saying that their hectic forthcoming schedule means there is no more room for error.

Pep Guardiola's side have only taken in five games, but have suffered uncharacteristic wobbles during a home draw with Tottenham and a shock 3-2 defeat away at Norwich.

After retaining the title so impressively last season there is a mental challenge involved in going again and Guardiola says the team struggled equally against Bournemouth as they did against Norwich, not to mention the points dropped against Spurs.

Rodri's low strike made it 3-2 as City hit back, but it was too little too late as Norwich held firm for a win.

"We got off to a flyer and we knew they would have plenty of the ball", McLean added.

"Sometimes games like this happen - we had our chances to score but didn't, so congratulations to Norwich", he said.

In the Daily Mail, Redknapp got very excited about Liverpool's title hopes and feels it is now his old club's time to finally lift their first title of the Premier League era.

"You know it's going to be a hard task at 3-1".

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"Start winning games and winning games and winning games and in the end, if we are not able [to win the title], then we will congratulate the opponent".

The severity of the Canaries' injury list was summed up by the fact Daniel Farke was forced to name two goalkeepers on the bench, but McLean said the players had always backed themselves to get a result.

"But we know what we are as a team, we know what we have done and we know what we are going to do". "There were plenty of injuries but we couldn't use that as an excuse".

The Belgium worldwide midfielder said in the wake of a stunning reversal at Carrow Road: "Last season we were seven points behind - it happens. The manager has a squad together that he's confident in whoever plays will step up to the plate".

McLean's header, his first goal since March, came from a corner as City's frailties at defending set-pieces was again laid bare - something the Scotland global revealed was worked on in training leading into the match.

McLean, who headed Norwich in front, revealed the work that took place on the training ground included practicing front-post runs after it was identified as one of City's vulnerabilities.

"The ball from Emi was ideal", McLean told the club's official website. That's stuff that we look at throughout the week.

"He was always a really nice lad and has been back to the school since making it into the first team and has always been supportive of us".

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