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Manchester City will take off when Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero click

28 Agosto 2017
Manchester City will take off when Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero click

"He went there to celebrate, then he came back, so I don't know what happened. We are going to try".

"The move that brought their equaliser less than 10 minutes later summed that up in a nutshell".

"City Football Group and Girona Football Group are the majority shareholders, and the new owners have set themselves the objective of maintaining, consolidating and expanding Girona to permanently establish itself in La Liga", said a statement.

"I think there are a lot of clubs with players who are not going to play and they are looking for the best solution for the clubs and especially for the players".

"We don't want to be going into two weeks without a game having no points, so it's huge".

'You have to ask Alexis. And as is the way of these things, City should duly cut them to pieces.

But asked about the possibility of signing Sanchez, Mbappe and West Brom captain Jonny Evans - another transfer target - Guardiola said: 'He's an Arsenal player, like Mbappe is a Monaco player, like Johnny Evans is a West Bromwich Albion player.

Defender Nicolas Otamendi hit the post with a header and new man Bernardo Silva should have done better 12 minutes into the second half from Kevin De Bruyne's piercing run and cross.

Pep Guardiola: "Yeah [Sterling's red card is unfair]". Fernando Llorente and Leon Britton are unfit for this game, and Selhurst Park could be a cauldron of cheers or boos by the end of the one.

"It's a little bit like last season".

Last season, in this very fixture, Gabriel Jesus was injured just when he had appeared to have usurped Sergio Aguero in the pecking order. "We would've loved to have seen the game out and got a point, which we fully deserved, I think". Their 1-0 win against Barnet in midweek will give them a slight boost of confidence, but it'll be very difficult against a well-drilled Watford side. I hope the goal he scored in the last game can help his confidence. A hard-fought win against a cautious Brighton side and a draw against Everton appears to have lulled the league into a false sense of security, but this weekend may be the moment when everyone realises the power of that partnership. Tom Davies is likely to play in his place alongside Idrissa Gueye. Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping Kieran Trippier is fit enough to start.

Sean Dyche will be hoping Jonathan Walters is fit, but he's a huge doubt along with Dean Marney.