Replays showed that the English worldwide had been offside when Sergio Aguero had chested the ball into his path, prompting the linesman to raise his flag.
"I said last season I trust a lot what the club has done because I know them".
'(We) don't get excited about anything.
The second half was a different affair altogether with the home side opening the scoring a minute after the restart when Raheem Sterling found some space inside the box and made no mistake with a clinical finish, 1-0. Game by game. The players know we are closer - okay, after the worldwide break - one month and a half.
"But I don't understand why the media would say, in the biggest pages: "Pep for the next four years is going to Juventus".
"I'm not too much concerned or anxious about what people say if we win the title just because [of] what happens now with UEFA [and] they do not give us credit for what we have done".
The third goal was Sterling's 15th of the season in the Premier League, and he is just three behind teammate and leading marksman Aguero.
In April previous year, Premier League clubs voted as a whole to continue "advanced testing" of VAR rather than implement it in the Premier League for 2018/19, but Guardiola said City had backed the technology - and added that if others had agreed, it could have ruled out Sterling's goal if it was wrongly awarded.
"I happened to get the luck, so I am happy with that".
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Tottenham's Harry Kane reacts as Southampton's Maya Yoshida looks on during their Premier League match St Mary's Stadium in Southampton March 9, 2019.
The brace ensured the England striker became the first player to achieve a three-figure tally of goals for the Foxes since Gary Lineker. It is a hard decision as there are many things for the officials to consider.
'It's good for us to compete like today because for the next games - there are eight games left and FA Cup - it's the best news for us to have 26 players ready to compete and playing all of them to help the team.
"The officials got this decision massively wrong", Jenas said on Match of the Day.
Watford had made it tough for City in the first half - certainly more hard than some onlookers had expected when the teams were announced.
"They [the critics] do not give us credit for what we have done, but believe me I don't care".
'I think if I have to take my decision again, I'll do it the same way'.
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