In the Premier League, they remain locked in a titanic tussle with Liverpool in order to be crowned champions, but again, the odds favour Guardiola's team when it comes to finishing on top. Tottenham last title was against Chelsea in the League Cup in 2008, Spurs defeated Chelsea 2-1 to win the title at the Wembley Stadium.
"He is nearly fit", said Guardiola.
Liverpool's injury-time victor over Tottenham on Sunday was the 33rd goal that the Reds have scored in injury-time to win a Premier League match, which is five more than any other team. "We started really well".
Jesus had another chance to get his name on the scoresheet on the half-hour mark as de Bruyne dazzling weaved in and out of the Cardiff defence before playing the ball into the feet of the Brazilian, who was unable to react in time to divert the ball goalwards.
Andy Hinchcliffe, the former England defender who scored the fifth goal in City's 5-1 win against United in Sept 1989, played for the club during the bad old days, but he's now witnessing the glory of Guardiola's team.
"We look forward to welcoming Saracens and their fans to Tottenham and delivering world-class rugby matchday experiences, showcasing our new stadium and all the surrounding area has to offer".
But Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen made sure the celebrations did not fall flat, scoring second-half goals that enabled Spurs to end a wretched run of four defeats in five league games. "We know he's good enough to play with us". "We're going to go there and be ready to win the game".
Maurizio Sarri is now under fire at Stamford Bridge due to unimpressive performance this season which has led to criticism from the Blues' supporters. Their home form is exceptional but away from home they are poor.
"Mauricio Pochettino will push hard for the changes he didn't get last summer and I'm expecting four top quality signings, especially if Alderweireld and Eriksen leave".
Sterling's generosity was not the only ticketing item on the agenda for Guardiola, after City failed to sell out their allocation for the semi-final.
Overall income climbed from £310 million to almost £381 million thanks to bigger crowds at their temporary home of Wembley, reaching the last 16 of the Champions League and improved commercial income.
That's somewhat insulting to Brighton, a Premier League side, and some may be happy to chance their arm at 28/1.