Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Gabriel Jesus: 'Manchester City not unbeatable yet'

Gabriel Jesus: 'Manchester City not unbeatable yet'

Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva have arguably gained the most plaudits for their respective efforts, while Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus have also starred.

Pep Guardiola's side registered a 16th consecutive league win as they defeated Tottenham 4-1 on Saturday to open up a 14-point gap at the summit of the table.

And as Guardiola's side maintain a stunning title push, the manager pinpointed the mutual trust of his staff and his squad as the key to their continuing success.

"It was solid, good, against one team demanding to be intense without the ball", an elated Guardiola said in his post-match press conference. "When [the players] give their opinion, I trust in them".

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City remain eleven-points clear of Manchester United , who had Romelu Lukaku to thank for their 1-nil win at home to Bournemouth. City have 49 points to United's 38 with champions Chelsea , who won at Huddersfield Town on Tuesday, on 35.

In fact, the former defender turned BT Sport pundit even made it clear he thinks they're favourites to win the Champions League, and many people agree after their kind draw against Basel and their blistering form this season.

"That is the best gift: when you believe the players follow you". When I give mine, they follow us.

City's run matches the 16 wins in succession he managed as Barcelona boss in 2011 and is now just three short of the 19 he oversaw when in charge of Bayern Munich in 2014.

"[The coaches] work a lot and the players know that".

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"We are on a good streak, but in three days we have another one".

"[These streaks] have happened because I was with three wonderful clubs: Barcelona, Bayern Munich and this one".

"I am not going now to talk about individual players", the Tottenham head coach said.

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