Pep Guardiola sends title race message to Premier League rivals following Burnley win
Manchester City faced Burnley in the Premier League on Wednesday and celebrated a 3-1 win.
Julian Alvarez scored a double while Rodri also got his name on the scoresheet.
With the win, City are currently second in the title race with 46 points, the same amount of points as 3rd placed Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Liverpool lead the league table with 51 points.
Tottenham and Aston Villa with 43 points each, are 4th and 5th in the league table.
Following the game, Guardiola spoke out on the title race and said: “I think it’s not just three.
“Tottenham are still there, Aston Villa are still there. It can change.
“My feeling when I see Arsenal playing, they control many aspects of the game and it’s quite similar with Liverpool.
“When you see the games, every game they are better than their opponent. They can lose games, of course, but they are better.
“I know how strong they are but still we are there and we want to continue. We are there and the important thing is we are there.
“We did our job and now we recover and go to a place to face a team [Brentford] who last season we couldn’t take one point.
“Always for us they have been really tough. One game at a time and we’ll see what happens.”
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