Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says his side could still slip up and allow Manchester United to win the Premier League title. I would love for him to be at the club and Pep has always said he will be staying, so it will be interesting to see if he is still at the club [next season].
Guardiola is concerned about the psychological effect that three defeats in a week might have on his players as they look to secure the trophy.
"My feeling now is that United is going to win a lot of points, because they are in good shape, they have top players and they are going to win all six games, so we have to do it".
"Tottenham is a fantastic team, they have great pressure", Guardiola said.
In his rant, he recalled an incident past year when Viktor Kassai sent off Arturo Vidal against Real Madrid, suggesting the referee favoured the Spanish side.
"Of course it can happen, I assure you".
"The players know that". It's not necessary to say that. [In 2016], never before, in the National Basketball Association finals, one team recovered from 3-1 down. "They [Cleveland] won three games in a row, so in sports it can always happen".
If Guardiola's men had beaten United, they would have sealed the title.
For a team that has come close to footballing perfection at times this season, the past 10 days couldn't have gone any worse for Manchester City.
"But the fact is he has not reached the Champions League final in the last seven years". But in one week we lost three games, that happened.
Real Madrid's collapse in 2004 is one of the most remarkable in Spanish football history. Of course it is tough but it is tough for everybody in the Premier League.
"It's in our hands".
Guardiola said: "It can happen. We are sad we went out of the Champions League, but it's hard to take the way it happened".