Guardiola: "I can't control myself and I need to do better"

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"[Guardiola] commented on my qualities as a young English player and how he wanted me to attack his team more during the game, in a similar way to last season", Redmond said.

Raheem Sterling scored a 96th-minute victor in the 2-1 victory over Southampton as City maintained their eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League. after also scoring a late victor at Huddersfield Town on Sunday and in the Champions League victory over Feyenoord.

Liverpool leapfrogged Tottenham Hotspur into fifth place courtesy of a 3-0 victory at Stoke City. I can not control myself. Last season, the youngster showed signs that he had another level to take his game, but looked to have held back. You can agree or not, but if I'm explaining what happened and the people don't believe me then let's cancel our press conferences and just play the games. "Nothing negative or offensive was said towards me from Pep and that's what makes him one of the best managers in world football". The 23-year-old scored the opening goal in a 1-1 draw at the Etihad in October 2016.

Guardiola was seen yelling at Redmond just moments after Raheem Sterling last-gasp victor and some reports claimed the Spaniard had called the forward a "w****r". "I think before he was more active and now he's more passive". "I never judge and never will judge the way my opponents play against my team".

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"You see how the game went against Huddersfield - it was an own goal from a set-piece that gave them the lead and [against Southampton] set-pieces were a problem - they had a lot of big bodies in there".

"All we have done during the season with Kevin De Bruyne, Fernandinho, [Nicolas] Otamendi, John Stones before he got injured - all the players who play on the top, top level, it is absolutely to their credit".

"The pace was better, we had more presence in the box".

"I'm anxious about the bookings but West Ham as well, we'll see the team", he said. All the managers want to help their players because if they play bad we'll be sacked.

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