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2018/2019 Season

1 Liverpool 26 7 1 85
2 Man City 27 2 4 83
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Guardiola: Man City players still not over Champions League heartbreak

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MANCHESTER, England -- Pep Guardiola has said his Manchester City players are still not over their dramatic elimination from the Champions League quarterfinals at the hands of Tottenham, who they face in the Premier League on Saturday.

City suffered injury time heartbreak in midweek when a last minute goal from Raheem Sterling, which would have sent City through, was ruled out by the video assistant referee and Spurs progressed on away goals.

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Pep Guardiola resembled a broken man at the end of Manchester City's epic, but draining, Champions League quarter-final exit against Tottenham earlier this week. The image of the City manager on his knees on the touchline, his head in his hands, perfectly summed up the mood of everyone connected with the club.

Spurs had ended City's dream of a Quadruple, with a helping hand from VAR, but Guardiola's anguish and was not about missing the chance to create history by winning four trophies -- it was...