ESPN and Marvel united to turn our favorite captains into superheroes with dominating galaxies. but Guardiola said he did not believe luck was on Liverpool's side in the title race.
"When you see them, you say" yes, "he said at a press conference," But after five or ten minutes it's nice. No one said it would be easy, no one. We knew it, I knew it. This is a better challenge.
"After a while you say that it will be amazing what we will live in. Everyone is excited about what we will live in the coming weeks."
Meanwhile, Sergio Aguero faces a race to be fit for the important clashes of the FA Cup and the Champions League after being banned from Wednesday.
The striker did not train for the past two days after having been replaced at the start of Saturday's 2-0 victory over Fulham after he felt some discomfort.
The city faces an important seven days in a bid to win an unprecedented Fourfold with a chance to return to the Premier League, followed by the FA Cup clash with Brighton (19459014) live on ESPN + at 12.25 ET ) and the first match of the Champions League to Tottenham.
Train the last two days, Guardiola said. – Tomorrow is unable [to play]. I hope next Saturday and next Wednesday. Over the next few days we will see his evolution. "
Gabriel Jesus can come to play the decisive events and Guardiola trusts the 21-year-old. four months of the season but has returned to form since the beginning of the year and now has 17 goals in all races.
"It's not always easy to play in this club as a striker in Sergio's position." "He's a respectable man. When he plays, he plays well and tomorrow he will help us and fight, put goals and create space for others. "