Liverpool's late win over Tottenham made Pep Guardiola say: 'Ah s---'

Liverpool's late win over Tottenham made Pep Guardiola say: 'Ah s---'

Liverpool's late win over Tottenham made Pep Guardiola say: 'Ah s---'

Manchester City were set to remain top of the Premier League with a game in hand until Toby Alderweireld's late own goal, which came via a Hugo Lloris error, handed Liverpool victory. Bizarrely, relegated Huddersfield did the double over them this season whilst they have also lost to Cardiff, Brighton and Burnley this term.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted he cursed as Liverpool scored a late victor against Tottenham Hotspur.

"Yes the new stadium there may be teething problems but I think that home form might just help them".

While Liverpool won their last game against Tottenham Hotspur, a win for City against Cardiff City would certainly put them a point clear.

"I don't know how many teams in Premier League history have been in this position, in four competitions in April, but there can't be many".

Wright disagreed, however, and backed Arsenal and Spurs to qualify through the league.

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If Liverpool win against Chelsea, while City win against Tottenham and United, City go through.

Arsenal endured a fairly hard month in March as they faced a two-legged Europa League clash with Rennes and Premier League games against Tottenham and Manchester United.

"Before Manchester United's loss to Wolves I would have said they would be in the top four for sure but that result changes everything".

Manchester United take on FC Barcelona in the Champions League at Old Trafford on Wednesday night next week in the first leg of their quarter-final showdown.

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