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09 January 2018, 02:10 | Marlene Fleming
Football: Pep Guardiola seeks trophies for Manchester City to join league of big clubs
Manchester City have a massive game in the Premier League this Sunday when they travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool.
Guardiola's men are expected to brush aside their Championship opponents in the semi-final first leg.
The Gunners crashed out of the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon, a competition that Arsene Wenger's men have dominated in recent years winning three of the last four finals.
"When I don't play I'm not the most happiest person on earth, but the next day I'm convinced my chance will come again and I'm going to play again".
"David is a legend for the club, what he's done". "It was a tough draw, what Burnley have done in the Premier League so far is incredible". "I am happy for him to have made his statement and it is not easy for him to travel to Spain and England back and forth". City were by no means at their worst, Fernandinho and Sane missing good first-half opportunities, but Burnley's physical approach has a way of disrupting the top sides.
There was an early penalty appeal from Manchester City when Aguero was brought down at the edge of the area - with the foul being judged to have been made outside the box - and the resultant free-kick from Gundogan was blocked.
Thereafter the home side, with a few changes but a host of stars on show, had plenty in hand and they ran out convincing winners in the end, keeping alive their hopes of a domestic clean sweep.
Dyche said after the game that "teams like this nearly smell that moment and they did". Kevin De Bruyne is likely to play some part having started on the bench against Burnley and Yaya Toure may also feature.
If the unlikely quadruple is going to happen, Guardiola will need every single player in his squad to be playing at their absolute best.
"Of course we know we are situated well in all competitions and the first one is the Carabao Cup the closest one - and we want to win it".
"Sometimes in football, the rule might be the rule, but there's a common sense moment, especially from experienced referees where they think 'hang on, that's the player that's got to be in that slot, and I've just allowed it to be passed through there when he's five yards away from the free kick, motioning towards me, are you going to blow the whistle?'" We want to try to have the flawless result in the first one.
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Milner made no mistake with the spot-kick as he dispatched the ball past Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford with confidence. The breakthrough came five minutes after the half-hour mark when Liverpool were awarded a penalty by referee Bobby Madley.
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Meanwhile, Rowett responded to Mourinho's changes by finally bringing Vydra on with 23 minutes remaining. But it was new boy Virgil van Dijk that got the final word, heading in the victor with few minutes left.
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It was considered the "Great Earthquake" until 1906, when San Francisco was hit by its last major quake, which killed 700 people. Near San Francisco International Airport, several jolts could be felt. "I felt it in San Rafael", she posted.