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Guardiola's City are eight points clear of Manchester United at the top of the table - and only United have ever overcome such a deficit after 15 games in Premier League history.

"We can not deny I am so satisfied with the previous results, but there are more than 70 points to play", he said. Liverpool were forced into playing an unfamiliar back three away at Brighton but it mattered not as they stormed to a 5-1 win meaning that they make up the top four along with Chelsea, United and City. But we have said many times we can not win all the time, we are going to lose games.

Guardiola brought on Gabriel Jesus to partner Sergio Aguero in attack for the second half, with Kevin de Bruyne operating deeper in midfield. We didn't have any rhythm because (West Ham goalkeeper) Adrian was taking 30 seconds every time (with the ball). "It will be special for me to see England play Belgium in the World Cup, but I have to ask Gary Cahill and Danny Drinkwater not to kick Eden in that game", he joked. "That's why we've done that in the last period". "It is good news for me in the future", he said. It will be good for the club, for all of us and the media.

Manchester City scored another late victor at the Etihad to equal the record for the longest winning streak in Premier League history.

"Hopefully no-one will have injuries".

Guardiola has said repeatedly his side would suffer a defeat sooner or later but, in a way, it was something he was looking forward to because he wanted to see how his players would react.

"It is a big opportunity to win 18 points from 18 points".

"They are doing great and have a great team".

And Sakho's lack of game time since Moyes took charge is unlikely to convince the striker that sticking around at the London Stadium is his best option, with the transfer window set to re-open next month.

Meanwhile, as Shearer said, the upcoming derby will be key in deciding what way Mourinho's side is heading towards, and it might be the earliest indicator of who the genuine title contenders are among them.

The Hammers were defensively solid and threatened to score before and after the first-half lead given to them by Ogbonna - with Diafra Sakho firing wide in the dying minutes.

"David was incredible, and we were clinical in the first half, with two chances in the first 15 minutes and two goals". I don't think we will be in trouble. "We were much, much better".

"The only [game] that has been a disappointment was the Everton one".