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It will be an “incredible step” according to Pep Guardiola if Man City can hang on to their lead for the next ten days

Pep Guardiola

Since taking the helm of Manchester City in 2016, Pep Guardiola has brought insane success to the club. The team won two back-to-back Premier League titles under Guardiola’s leadership. And this season they are in the perfect position to win another one.

However, the job is not done by any means. Although City holds the first spot in the league right now, it can still go downhill. As of now, the Blues are 12 points clear of the second-best team in the league.

The lead increased over the weekend as City defeated West Ham United comfortably with a score of 2-1. Furthermore, other top contenders such as Manchester United, Chelsea, and Leicester City all dropped points on the weekend.

But moving forward, Pep Guardiola needs to make sure his team doesn’t get too comfortable with their performance. If they try to relax for a bit it could cost them the EPL title. If there is surety about one thing, it’s that we will most likely see a new champion this season. Because defending champions Liverpool are still fighting for a spot to be part of European football.

Pep Guardiola talks about what the goal is for Manchester City right now

Pep Guardiola

In their next game, City will lock horns with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Prior to the game, manager Pep revealed his thought process for the next few games. He said:

You know how important this ten days with Wolves, United, and Southampton, before travel to Fulham. These three days are at home. So if we are able to do what wanna do, we’ll make an incredible step, absolutely.”

Like Pep pointed out, winning the next three games is very important for his side. If he can win these games, City will have some breathing room.

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