EPL: Big win takes Man City back to top spot

Guardiola rejects Neville's nod to City's tactical fouls

Gary Neville has suggested Manchester City have become very adept in their gamesmanship- a notion Pep Guardiola does not agree

Pep Guardiola side displayed classy football against the Saints in what could be described as a one-sided game.

Sergio Aguero joined a special club after scoring his 150th Premier League goal for Manchester City.

"I like to have that feeling that we have won 6-1, we are top of the table, we are satisfied again with the performance and how they fought until the last minute, but at the same time I have the feeling that we have improve in many many situations to be a stable team."

"Still he loses simple balls, like the Tottenham game, when he made an unbelievable assist in the first few minutes but then lost a lot of balls".

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Fulham won't be easy on their own turf, but they are a team around the bottom like Saints and you can not afford to get beaten in these games to avoid getting sucked into the bottom three.

Sterling is entering the final 18 months of his contract with sources telling ESPN FC that the former Liverpool forward has verbally agreed a new deal. "It is an absolute happiness for a manager and all the staff we have alongside and Raheem. If at the end of our period here, we feel they are better [then that] is enough".

City's ruthlessness in front of goal will perhaps be more important than ever this season in what is likely to be a close-knitted title race.

David Silva's through ball appeared to be going out of play but Aguero showed impressive persistence to chase and pull it back for Sterling who, first miskicked but then shot past Saints goalkeeper Alex McCarthy from six yards. "That was our feeling", he said. It doesn't matter if you miss it.

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"It comes down to fine margins, and you need one or two things to go your way", he said.

"For the second goal he arrived until the keeper".

"In our team we have players of good character who always want to win, always hungry, always want to improve, score goals, give assists and have a clean sheet", he continued.

"It makes us so hungry to win the game and to score a lot of goals". "We can not forget that".

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