Manchester City's Argentinian striker Sergio Aguero celebrates with teammates after scoring the opening goal of the English Premier League football match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Manchester City at the American Express Community Stadium in Brighton, southern England on August 12, 2017.
I was manager of Barcelona and Bayern Munich so I can handle that situation. "I sat here after the Sunderland game and you said: "You are the favourites, you are the most attractive, the most handsome, and nicest guys in the League".
"The group of players we will see this season is going to stay a long time here at Manchester City".
"It was a tough game and a tough introduction into the Premier League, but we know we aren't going to be facing teams like that every week". It was always going to be hard for us to score. "We have huge players with lots of talent".
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Who will come out on top in the battle of the managers Chris Hughton or Josep Guardiola? We will try to improve. David Silva then slotted the ball through for Sergio Aguero to apply the finish past goalkeeper Maty Ryan with 20 minutes to go.
After the victory, City chief coach Pep Guardiola hailed the work-rate put in by his players. I was confident last season too. They're fliers, who will charge up and down the flanks, overlapping, which suggests that the experiments with using fullbacks to tuck in as de facto wing-halves in an approximation of an old-fashioned W-M, discontinued towards the end of last season, may have been abandoned for good.
Brighton's last home game in the top flight was a 1-0 defeat by Manchester City on 7 May 1983. Romelu Lukaku should bring goals, which were a particular issue against lesser sides: United drew 10 home matches last season, at least eight of which it could be said to have dominated.
Guardiola's City have made some eye-catching additions this summer, particularly in the forward ranks, and the club are many pundits' favourites for the league title thanks to their strength in depth.