Man City boss Guardiola sets sight on winning quadruple this campaign

Man City boss Guardiola sets sight on winning quadruple this campaign

- Man City boss Pep Guardiola has warned Jurgen Klopp his side are planning to win the EPL title

- The Citizens ended Liverpool's unbeaten run in the EPL last week after their 2-1 win at the Etihad

- Klopp's men are however four points better than the defending champions despite the loss

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has insisted that his side have their focus on winning all four titles this season.

The Citizens won the Premier League title last campaign in a remarkable form having set a record of 100 points in a single season.

Though, they are four points behind Liverpool at the moment, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich handler believes his side have what it takes to clinch quadruple this term.

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Jurgen Klopp's men were recently ousted from the FA Cup by fellow EPL side Wolverhampton Wanderers after losing 2-1 to the Foxes earlier this week.

They have also crashed out of the EFL Cup in the earlier rounds but now have just the Premier League and Champions league to focus on.

Guardiola said ahead of his side's EFL Cup clash against Burton Albion on Wednesday night that: "I prefer it, definitely. I like to be in the four competitions as far as possible.

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"When Wigan put us out of the FA Cup last season I was sad. Since I arrived, we take the cups seriously. If everyone is fit, we can cope with it."

According to SunSport, Man City would have played at least five more domestic games more than Liverpool so far, which could increase to eleven should they go all the way to the finals of both competitions.

Kop fans are hoping to end their 29 year title drought with Guardiola's men participating in more competitions.

Meanwhile, the Spaniard has admitted that he knows little about Nigel Clough’s team, saying: "You have to respect the opponents and try to know them.

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"On Monday I watched one game and on Tuesday afternoon another with my analyst to see exactly what they are." recalls that Manchester City beat Liverpool 2-1 in a tough Premier League clash to get their title defence back on track.

A goal each from Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero powered the citizens to a slim defeat as Roberto Firmino's goal ended up a consolation.

They have now reduced the Reds' lead on the log to four points after 21 round of matches as they face Huddersfield next in their EPL clash. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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