Man City One Win Away From Title After Defeating Spurs

Walker walks out to train alongside Gabriel Jesus as his Man City side prepare to visit Spurs

Manchester City's Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus (L) celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium in London.

Facing Spurs at Wembley, many had begun to think the wheel were falling off of Pep Guardiola's side.

Reflecting on the City defeat, he added: "It wasn't good".

"Winning the Carabao Cup [in February] was a step in the right direction", said Walker. "It wasn't one of the best games I've had, I'm honest about that". The absence of Heung-Min Son definitely made it easier as he may be Tottenham's most unsafe wide attacker at the moment and this may have played a role in why Pep felt comfortable doing this. "You can never say anything is done until it is finished".

Chelsea is still in with a slim chance of making one of the four Champions League places.

A hard trip to Wembley Stadium lay ahead on Saturday night for Pep Guardiola's stars, but normal service resumed. I left because it felt like a time in my career where I needed to move on, and luckily it's worked out.

They can not get the job done at the national stadium due to United playing on Sunday, but victory would put one hand on the trophy. Please God they go and do that, and I'm not just saying that.

"We can not compare to them".

"They were the most consistent team, playing with fantastic players of course and fantastic coaching staff and fantastic manager".

"The players deserve all my respect for what they have done this season".

But speaking after the game against Spurs at Wembley, the winger revealed that he is unconcerned about his recent misses.

Though there were half chances at either end in the time that remained, that was just about that, with the three points thoroughly deserved from a group of players who play handsome football no matter what. If you arrived in a bad position in the relegation zone and save the team.

Silva filmed himself and Stones singing in the auto on the way to the Railway pub, and chants of "championes, championes" could be heard inside after Kompany gave a speech to the congregation, ending by saying: "Tonight, we won it again, so let's celebrate together!" "We are in the top four". "Many things happen in the whole season".

"Come on City! Champions!" "Now we have a mini-league for six games and we are going to try and close it".

City started to play more balls through multiple layers of Tottenham's defense to act as a pressure valve on the press.

"The way we conceded was disappointing, but there's nothing to worry about".

When Sterling weaved his way towards the Tottenham area, Lloris raced off his line to make a crude lunge that sent the City winger flying. "Whatever the club decides to do, hopefully it's positive".



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