Cold weather win has Pep, Kompany channeling "Game of Thrones"

Posted November 27, 2017

Manchester City has maintained its eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought 2-1 victory against a spirited Huddersfield Town on Sunday.

It was exactly the kind of hostile environment that cynics claimed would be Guardiola's downfall when he arrived at City before last season following glittering spells at Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

The Premier League leaders got goals from Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling to overcome Nicolas Otamendi's own goal and a game effort from David Wagner's Terriers.

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Ominously for their title rivals Guardiola's side show no signs of slowing down, although the Spaniard was quick to dismiss the notion that City could match Arsenal, who are the only side to finish a Premier League campaign unbeaten.

'The corrections from the first half were minimal because we played quite good - we created more chances than in the second half but that is the Premier League for you.

"I was not talking about winning, losing or drawing the game, I'm talking about not giving up, being positive all the time, being focused on what we have to do".

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The decision to award a spot-kick to City came just moments after another flashpoint involving Sterling, as the 22-year-old went to ground after seemingly being felled by Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lössl, only to see his protests waved away by referee Craig Pawson. We need to win those kinds of games in that way.

The Spaniard admits City are made of the right stuff to last the pace.

Guardiola says they must match Huddersfield's desire and knows how unsafe they can be after drawing 0-0 there last season in the FA Cup.

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"It is impossible to win every game easily, this league is so tough".