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Goals from Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne saw Man City come from behind to beat 10-man Real Madrid.
City have vowed to fight the sanction imposed by UEFA on February 14 for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations.
David Villa has no doubt Raheem Sterling's stunning improvement as a player is down to his work with Pep Guardiola.
Jesus scored the winner for City after he replace Sergio Aguero, who missed another penalty.
"I've been in the game long enough to know the pitfalls of patting yourself on the back."
De Bruyne scored and assisted for City at the Etihad.
Ferran Soriano has denied claims that the Premier League champions broke the rules over FFP regulations.
"The way Liverpool have outplayed them this season, I think the players will want to stay to put it straight."
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Gary Neville believes City will win their appeal against UEFA's decision to ban the club from the Champions League.
Arsene Wenger has no sympathy for City after the club were banned from European competition for two seasons.
Pep Guardiola will stay at City even if their two-year Champions League ban was upheld, says a former player.
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"Manchester City is disappointed but not surprised," they said in a statement.
Guardiola suggested that he could get the boot if they lose their Champions League tie against Real Madrid.
The German was heavily linked with a move to Anfield before eventually opting to join Pep Guardiola at City in 2016.
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“City certainly seem to have a phobia about us though and I think it stems from the manager.”
"The reality was they were hugely fortunate not to be at least a couple of goals down."
Pep Guardiola took a strange swipe at the Premier League after Manchester City lost 2-0 at Tottenham on Sunday.
Man City suffered a sixth defeat of the season, edging Liverpool even closer to the Premier League title.
Bergwijn scored a wonderful debut goal as Spurs beat 10-man City.
"Maybe they are not consistent in all the games, they struggle at home a little bit with the teams who defend deep."
"For me, they had a good 15 minutes and then United worked them out."
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