Manchester City defeat Huddersfield, set record

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Sergio Aguero stepped up and calmly converted from the spot, before Sterling continued his stellar recent form to hand the visitors a crucial 3 points when following up Gabriel Jesus' effort 6 minutes from time.

City underlined their determination to win the title with a gutsy 2-1 victory at Huddersfield on Sunday as Pep Guardiola's side reestablished an eight-point lead over second placed United.

"Two clear penalties. Maybe Arsene will say that is (a) penalty", the Spanish tactician said, as quoted by FourFourTwo.

The Brazil global has been used sparingly by Antonio Conte this season, but made the most of a rare starting opportunity by scoring twice in the midweek Champions League win over Qarabag.

"We are not going to finish (the season) unbeaten, it is impossible".

"We tried to do our best out there, we tried to play our game but it didn't work out so good", he said.

Chelsea star Willian insists he is hoping to win many more trophies with Chelsea amid speculation he is looking to leave the Premier League champions.

City have been in relentless form this season, winning 11 consecutive league games and picking up 37 of the 39 points on offer in the top flight, but Courtois is hopeful that the busy festive period may help to slow Pep Guardiola's side down. So I think it's really important in life that you have your own targets and the right targets and then you can be a happy person.

"But not just regarding goals, now he's strong, keeps the ball. before he used to lose a lot of balls".

Reports from his native Brazil earlier this week claimed the 29-year-old would look to quit Stamford Bridge should Conte remain in charge beyond the summer with Manchester United said to be interest.

Guardiola added: "He is still young and he can still improve".



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