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Man City confront questions about title test says Pep Guardiola

Questions about their Premier League title protection would have crawled into Manchester City’s players’ brains after a third thrashing in four diversions, as indicated by administrator Pep Guardiola.

The bosses endured a 2-1 misfortune at Leicester City on Wednesday as objectives from Ricardo Pereira and Marc Albrighton counteracted Bernardo Silva’s initial strike.

City, who were additionally beaten by Chelsea and Crystal Palace in the class this month, have 44 points at the midway phase of the season and sit seven behind pioneers Liverpool and one behind Tottenham Hotspur.

“Presently there will be questions, and what you need to do is attempt to change the dynamic to winning and put in a decent execution,” Guardiola disclosed to Sky Sports. “I keep in mind our identity, how great we are, the manner by which outstanding the fellows are in the locker rooms.

“The truth of the matter is we lost three out of four, and the last two, and on the off chance that you need to be genuine contenders we need to win once more.”

Guardiola proposed that Liverpool and Tottenham were topping at the ideal time while his group were falling behind on current frame.

“They are superior to us at that time, you need to acknowledge it, and it’s imperative to acknowledge where we are, and they are enhancing,” Guardiola included.

“The fact of the matter is there are a few groups superior to us. We’re not discussing whether we can take Liverpool or get to Liverpool or whatever, the issue is tied in with winning another diversion, and pondering how we can make strides.”

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