Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says the premier league leaders Chelsea are “almost unstoppable”, but also points that City must win every game to to remain in the title race.
The 46-year-old Spaniard who spoke to the BBC after their 0-2 win of Sunderland said this ahead of Chelsea’s Monday encounter against West Ham.
Manchester City are currently on the third position, but can move to second position if they beat Stoke City on Wednesday and close gap between league leaders.
The premier league title race happens to be one of the three competitions which Manchester City are still in, and they have a chance of winning any of one of the three.
Although, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager noted that “It’s a pity that the distance between Chelsea is so big,” a fact which has made it look impossible to unseat Chelsea from their current position.
Guardiola also did not fail to mention that his side are currently playing quite well, and that’s why they are getting result.
City who are still in the FA Cup, Champions League will take on Middlesbrough in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on Saturday and play Monaco in the second-leg of the Champions League on Wednesday.