Man City boss Guardiola happy overcoming 'enthusiastic' Brighton

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has praised manager Pep Guardiola

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has praised manager Pep Guardiola

However, City soon started to take control and they had a number of chances inside the first 45 minutes.

"For 70 minutes we kept them to minimal good chances". "I sat here after the Sunderland game and you said: "You are the favourites, you are the most lovely, the most handsome, and nicest guys in the League". After that, Chelsea killed us. Whether we are favourites or not is your job to say, not ours. What I can not control doesn't matter. But I am used to that.

"I was manager at Barcelona and Bayern Munich".

"Last season we were third and people said it was a disaster". "We were stable but we have to try to improve". Last season we were a humble team and an honest team. "We have to win the games that we can do".

After seeing Gabriel Jesus' scrambled effort ruled out for a handball and another in the second-half for offside, Brighton looked to be holding out against big-spending City until Sergio Aguero made the breakthrough with 20 minutes left. With so much talent at his disposal, City's players know they have limited time to impress.

Walker's time at Spurs ended in hard circumstances after he was dropped for the final few games of the season, with Kieran Trippier taking his place at right-back.

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"It was a special day for all of us and it was a proud moment to make my Premier League debut". Here every game is a battle. They have the passion, the fans, they have no pressure.

He added: "We spoke about that".

The scorer was all too familiar, with Sergio Aguero capitalising on a delightful pass from David Silva. And that is the first step to creating something.

For Brighton, it was a disappointing top-tier return after 34 years, ironically against the same opponents who they faced in their final game before relegation in 1983.

March, 23, came through the youth system at Brighton, and was named in Chris Hughton's starting XI for the clash against Pep Guardiola's Man City at the Falmer Stadium.

"They have strong central defenders and they are so well organised, but there are many teams like this".

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