Manchester City defeats Huddersfield

Manchester City defeats Huddersfield

Guardiola's claim was based on the fact that Wenger referred to Sterling as a player who "dives very well" following the Premier League clash between the sides 3 weeks ago, a fixture during which the winger again earned City a penalty.

City's title rivals Manchester United were surprisingly beaten at Huddersfield in October with Jose Mourinho saying that the Terriers "wanted it more."

Huddersfield, meanwhile, came into today's clash on the back of a harrowing 4-0 loss at Bournemouth last time out, though they had won two of their previous four Premier League fixtures.

Premier League leaders City went behind to Nicolas Otamendi's own goal on the stroke of half-time, only for Sergio Aguero to equalise from the spot early in the second period after Sterling went down under a challenge from Scott Malone.

Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini had 35 points at the same stage in the 2011/12 season.

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"When it happens, I want to see how we are going to react. The guys competed amazingly, which is why we won". It was a real Premier League game.

Raheem Sterling proved the difference maker as it was the England worldwide who won the penalty which Aguero duly put past Lossl in the Huddersfield goal.

The 22-year-old had struggled for consistency since his big-money move from Liverpool in 2015, but has now scored 12 goals in 18 appearance in all competitions - his best return in any single season.

"It's not just about how many goals he scores or how many chances he creates", Guardiola said. Because there are games every three days and you have to play a lot of games like this. "We are so happy with his performance".