Despite taking advantage and opening a gap between him and the Jurgen Klopp in the race to winning the the premier league this season, Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City could still lose a game to give Liverpool the tittle.
The Citizens returned to their winning ways in the premier league after heartbreaking elimination out of the champions league with a huge win against Newcastle United.
In the match that was held at Etihad stadium, Manchester City opened the gap at the summit to three points having found 5-0 win over the visitors.
With only three matches to go and everybody believes the Citizens are now owning the throphy, Pep Guardiola still says Liverpool could win all their matches, surprisingly, the Sparniad anticipates the he could lose one of the remaining game to allow him the reds lift the tittle.
"Definitely, at this stage it can happen, we can lose a game they can win all games and goal difference is important," he noted.
The Citizens will be traveling to Wolverhampton on Wednesday, jet into London stadium over the weekend and end the season at home against Aston Villa.
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