Publicado: Lun, May 14, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Guardiola names one player who makes Liverpool a contender

Guardiola names one player who makes Liverpool a contender

City manager Guardiola insists the pursuit of a host of records has enabled his Premier League title winners to "keep focus" over the last weeks.

Talk of an undefeated domestic campaign had started to build by the time the leaders headed to Anfield in January, but Klopp's ferocious side prevailed 4-3 in a thriller.

City will want to continue to dominate domestically but will have an eye on finally landing the Champions League.

But Southampton still ended up celebrating as their narrow defeat combined with Swansea's 2-1 defeat by Stoke City guaranteed them Premier League football next season.

"I will not say just Liverpool but it's still true".

"The way they play, the quality of their people, not just in front".

OK, we are 25 points in front so it's hard to say he was hard [to play against] in the end - but he was because they beat us. "It's hard to say it was hard, but it was".

Even though relegation is now nearly impossible, Southampton will still need to put a good performance in to prevent a bloodbath on the pitch to reduce any remaining chances of dropping down to the Championship and to also see out the season in style. Jürgen is a top manager.

Boston Dynamics' robots are conquering the indoors and outdoors
Once the robot has mapped the area, it uses the cameras mounted on its front, back and sides to navigate autonomously. The video shows Atlas running outside, uphill, through some short brush, and even stopping and jumping over a log.

'Jurgen is a top manager, creating not just an offensive style and not just thinking about the spectators.

Hughes was at the City helm from mid-2008 until December 2009, with his successor Roberto Mancini going on to win the club's first Premier League crown.

He said: "We are all so satisfied with his level but we spoke with him many times".

Here, we have a look at some of their most astonishing numbers.

Don't tell these clubs they had nothing to play for...

The goal sparked wild celebrations, with City boss Pep Guardiola joining in on the sidelines, leaping from the dugout and punching the air. They don't wait for what will happen.

Southampton defender Wesley Hoedt came closest to opening the scoring before the break when he hit the crossbar in the eighth minute, while Dusan Tadic nearly settled the match in the hosts' favour before Brazil striker Jesus signed off ahead of the World Cup with a thrilling last-gasp salvo. "I wish them all the best in the final".

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