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Why David Silva misses Manchester City's clash against Tottenham

17 Décembre 2017

Ilkay Gundogan opened the scoring for the Manchester club and Raheem Sterling netted a brace following Kevin de Bruyne's strike, before Christian Eriksen pulled back a late consolation.

Guardiola hailed his side in the wake of the result, saying his talented squad continues to knuckle down despite their 16 match top flight winning run.

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"This was one of our best performances this season, against a really good opponent that has brilliant players", Jesus told Sky Sports.

"Without the ball we are a humble team". "They know how good Kevin De Bruyne is and they can see how he runs and fights without the ball and that is the best example".

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"Most of the players grew up there, so I think English football can be pleased with what this manager has done with these players, helping the national team to be better". It'll be interesting to see whether Tottenham stick to their usual attacking approach or if they'll adopt a more defensive, counter-attacking strategy, which they can also do very well.

"We will all try to come as close as possible but if City doesn't have any dropped points then they will probably win it". We want to win the three points - that's important for us to improve our position in the table.

"We were never going to come here and play a different way to how we normally play, so, we tried, we tried to force the opener, but they were better".

In the standout fixture of matchweek 18, Manchester City host Tottenham at the Etihad hoping to make it five wins out of five against their big six rivals (or six out of six against their big seven rivals, depending on how you feel about Burnley).

Next up for the Blues is Tuesday night's trip to the King Power Stadium to take on Claude Puel's resurgent Leicester side.

Why David Silva misses Manchester City's clash against Tottenham