Published: Mon, August 06, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Gabriel Jesus: Man City favourites to win back-to-back titles

Gabriel Jesus: Man City favourites to win back-to-back titles

Guardiola's team wrapped up their pre-season preparations by sweeping aside Chelsea in the prestigious friendly at Wembley on Sunday (Aug 5).

Maurizio Sarri would have learnt a lot from his squad as they were unable to stop a Manchester City squad that continued right where they left off from last season. "That's why it's so good to have another player with his talent and he's a Manchester City fan, he's Mancunian, so that's why, for us, he's so good".

"The heat today was so tough, " City manager Pep Guardiola said.

"We were really impressed when he arrived".

It's complicated for all of them but they are so competitive.

Of course, it would be wrong to read too much into a Community Shield result played in sapping conditions by players still feeling their way back to full fitness and without some first-choice team-mates. My hat's off to them. The ESPN+ streaming network is available with a subscription fee of $4.99 per month but comes with a seven-day free trial.

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"Now we focus on Arsenal".

"For us, it's logical that the teams that will come against us will play against the defending champions, they will want to win anyhow and they will be more motivated to beat us".

"When we take decisions it doesn't depend on one victory or defeat".

"Phil Foden is ready for the Premier League, he was last season and now he has one more year experience", said Guardiola. "We will see at the end of the season what our level is".

It's good to see that the Citizens still have an eye on young players like Gomes and Foden despite all the money at their disposal and the pressure on Guardiola's shoulders. The fact that City looked so comfortable on Sunday when a number of first-teamers returned to the team is also encouraging.

This season they will be determined to go all the way in the Champions League having been knocked out by Liverpool at the quarter-final stage last campaign. "We don't have momentum because we didn't start, not yet", Guardiola said on Saturday.

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"Our preseason until now has been insane, " Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said.

Sarri and company jetted off to Australia just days after his appointment to replace the sacked Antonio Conte three weeks ago.

We'd be insane not to add another player or two to our ranks this week, and Sarri appears to hold the same belief.

Sarri already knew that he could be about to lose some of his best players - Eden Hazard, Willian and Thibaut Courtois - who have all been linked with moves away from Stamford Bridge this summer.

They will report on Monday and Sarri added: "It's a long way we have to work".

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