City hold a one-point lead atop the table, while their goal difference (plus 60) is better than Liverpool's (plus 52).
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"You can not compare [Liverpool and Tottenham]", the Argentine told Sky Sports.
As the game ticked on with the tempo having dropped off, the visitors switched to attention their upcoming commitments in search of an unprecedented quadruple this season, as Guardiola opted to rest a number of key players.
"We know that in the Champions League and the knockout competitions, you can't make any mistakes", he said. We played with incredible spirit, we could have scored more.
"But again, we are aware how hard it is going to be".
"We score quite a lot of goals, anyway".
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"We are in a very good position in the Premier League and the Champions League, but of course it is not enough" added Pochettino. The Liverpool star has weighed in with 17 goals and you would think that the Reds would have to win the title for him to have any chance of snaffling this individual award.
City face Cardiff City at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday and Guardiola insisted his players were focused on winning all of their seven remaining league games as they aim to retain the Premier League title, saying they would "enjoy the momentum, keep going and dream to win". This year, it may go down to the wire. "We have tough opponents, but that is the challenge", Guardiola added.
"I think these are exciting times for Tottenham".
"We have not been punched in the face yet like we were in Kiev, Basel or wherever in the last couple of years, but we have had a few hard moments and tried to overcome them".
Fulham were guilty of staying too deep and overplaying with their poor distribution causing self-inflicted problems time and time again. "Personally, it would be a dream for me and I think we can achieve it, obviously knowing that it is going to be extremely hard and complicated".
Parker said: "While it's still mathematically possible we won't give up, but I'm a realist and we all understand the predicament ahead".