Buzz It Up News

Proud Guardiola hails his record-breaking City stars


Manchester City has no plans to take its foot off the pedal after setting a Premier League record, with manager Pep Guardiola telling fans there is more to come from the runaway leader.

City have been near-invincible this season and have not dropped points in the league since being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Everton in their second game of the campaign in August.

Ultimately, neither team played their best soccer, none of the three goals were anything to fawn over, and at no point did City or United comprehensively dominate their opponent.

Asked if Kompany will be fit to face Swansea, Guardiola said: "No, but I think it will be less than we expect, so hopefully it could be in the short-term future".

Tottenham jumped from seventh place to fourth courtesy of their 2-0 win over Brighton at Wembley, which arrived courtesy of an overhit Serge Aurier cross and Son Heung-min's fourth goal in four games.

"Clubs like City want to win the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup and the Champions League".

"So many good athletes, so many intelligent footballers and it's really hard to pin them down".

'We haven't won anything yet. "I'm happy with the performance".




Liverpool are fifth on goal difference after a 0-0 draw at home to dogged West Bromwich Albion at Anfield.

It was timely for the striker, who was at fault for both of City's goals in the derby before squandering a close-range chance late on.

"We didn't talk about the record before the game to be honest".

The Hammers nearly completed a smash-and-grab in the end but substitute Javier Hernandez's shot from Mark Noble's pass hit the bar and bounced off the line.

Less than halfway through the 2017-18 season they show no signs of slowing down and the Premier League title is simply theirs to lose.

Mo Salah continued his magnificent goal-scoring run to give Jurgen Klopp's men the lead only for a Wayne Rooney penalty to give the Toffees a share of the spoils and maintain Sam Allardyce's unbeaten start as manager.

Wilfried Bony scored against another former club, Stoke City, earlier this season.

A brace by Japan global Shinji Okazaki and a goal by midfielder Andy King gave the Claude Puel's side a comfortable away victory, as the Southampton's Maya Yoshida goal could not count for much.

Related Articles

  • Pope urges status quo, 'wisdom and prudence' for Jerusalem

    Pope urges status quo, 'wisdom and prudence' for Jerusalem

    Schulz said Trump's decision risked setting back the peace process in the Middle East. The Vatican said the call with Francis was made at Abbas' initiative.
    Exclusive Interview With Roy Moore

    Exclusive Interview With Roy Moore

    Eighty percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents said they trust Moore over Jones on abortion. After the report, another woman came forward to accuse Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16.
    Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    They said, "We believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our Republican counterparts in Congress instead". Trump said he would "absolutely blame the Democrats " for a potential government shutdown.
  • Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Franks is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus, a hard-right faction that has often clashed with Republican leaders. He continued as chairman of a House Judiciary subcommittee and as a member of the House Armed Services Committee.
    Brexit deal: hard  days ahead as DUP says 'no'

    Brexit deal: hard days ahead as DUP says 'no'

    He added: "The indications we have is that we are in a much better place now than we have been in the negotiations to date". However, unionists tend to view with scepticism any proposal for harmonisation of rules on either side of the border.
    North Korea: Trump is 'begging for nuclear war'

    North Korea: Trump is 'begging for nuclear war'

    On Saturday Russia's Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov reiterated his country's condemnation of the missile test . The Hwasong-15 is believed to have reached the highest altitude ever recorded by a North Korean missile.
  • Trump wishes Pensacola 'Merry Christmas' in tweets after rally

    Trump wishes Pensacola 'Merry Christmas' in tweets after rally

    He touched briefly on the closely watched Senate race that will be decided when voters in next-door Alabama go to the polls on Tuesday.
    Piggy: fifth time sexiest Asian women to win

    Piggy: fifth time sexiest Asian women to win

    The list of Sexiest Asian Women 2017 is out and Priyanka Chopra has beaten Deepika Padukone to occupy the number one spot. This marks the fifth consecutive year that the global star has made her presence felt on the "Sexiest Asian Woman" list.
    'Creek Fire' burns 4000 acres above Sylmar and prompts evacuations

    'Creek Fire' burns 4000 acres above Sylmar and prompts evacuations

    Over 125 firefighters have been on the scene, and water-dropping helicopters are reportedly being used to quench the flames. Along with the lack of much-needed rain, the Santa Ana winds have made it very hard to contain and put out the fires.
  • OU quarterback Baker Mayfield wins Heisman

    OU quarterback Baker Mayfield wins Heisman

    Mayfield is no stranger to controversy, but you can't deny the impact he made on the field this season. If I'm an National Football League coach, I want him running my team.
    'Zelda' Takes Home Game of The Year Award At 2017 Game Awards

    'Zelda' Takes Home Game of The Year Award At 2017 Game Awards

    Earlier in the year they saw a fantastic launch of their new gaming system The Nintendo Switch. The first was called "The Master Trials ", released in June 2017.
    W/Cup Last Opportunity For Current Argentina Team - Messi

    W/Cup Last Opportunity For Current Argentina Team - Messi

    According to Marca , City also offered the 30-year-old a mouth-watering £850,000-a-week to reunite with former boss Pep Guardiola. He said that media criticism has created a culture of fear within the squad. "We don't feel that way".

Comments