Man City display against Tottenham 'better than any last season' - Pep Guardiola

Man City display against Tottenham 'better than any last season' - Pep Guardiola

But the France worldwide is with City on their summer trip to the United States and came off the bench for the last 30 minutes of their 3-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday night in Nashville.

City coasted to a 3-0 International Champions Cup victory in Nashville with John Stones opening the scoring 10 minutes into the game, while Raheem Sterling and Brahim Diaz then added further goals in the second half to wrap up victory.

"That's why you play in pre-season".

Speaking after Saturday's match Guardiola said on the playmaker: "He knows the situation".

"Pep has given me a lot of confidence and tips and pointers, not only him, but the other players as well".

City entered the market for a new keeper after Claudio Bravo struggled to adapt to life in the Premiership last season.

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"Okay it's pre-season, but our performance - we didn't have a performance like that last season".

"The results are good for confidence and the way we did it, our performance is good".

"I think Kelechi is going to leave, for Leicester", Guardiola told Sky Sports UK. It's true you want to win but Manchester City were better than us.

City new boy Kyle Walker caught the eye against the club he left earlier this month - while fellow new full-back Danilo was twice denied by Lloris.

And Sterling doubled the advantage with 16 minutes when he waltzed through an nearly static Tottenham defence and turned the ball past Michel Vorm. "I'm so satisfied, especially in the last two games". Maybe 60 to 70 percent of the season is positive, but that's how football works I guess and it probably happens too much. When we tried to analyse them, we saw it [his kicking] four or five times and we organised a meeting to say: 'Guys, what's the matter?

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