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Manchester City control destiny to win Premier League – Coach reacts

May 3, 2014 by  
Filed under Premier League

Everton 2-3 Manchester City

A dramatic away win with two goals from Dzeko lift City on top of the Premier League with the same amount of points as Liverpool (80) but with a better goal differential (+9 to Liverpool). The equation is simple for the Citizens who will crowned if they win the next two games. Any other results and Liverpool or even Chelsea could have a chance to be win the Barclays Premier League 20-13-14 trophy..

Coach Pellegrini reacts:

“I think that the worst thing we can do is to think we’ve finished the Premier League now. “We have to play games against teams who play with no pressure so it’s important that from tomorrow, we start to think about the game against Aston Villa – we take each game as it comes.

“I think it’s very important to continue in the way we are doing so far – today was the last game away from home and we started this season with four points from the first six away games so I think this team is doing much better in this respect.

“We’ve won twice in our last ten times here and Everton played really good today – you could clearly see that they wanted to win from the beginning and it was a very tough game for us.”

“We won and that’s the important thing in this moment – the pressure is too high to play our best football but we played well and coped with it. “Maybe the team was nervous at 3-2 but we defended well. We started one goal down so it wasn’t easy to recover from that beautiful goal.

“After that we managed the game very well, we scored three and had other chances to score. “All of the players played well and all of the team deserve their merits.”

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