Proud John Stones insists Manchester City will learn from defeat

Proud John Stones insists Manchester City will learn from defeat

Proud John Stones insists Manchester City will learn from defeat

The veteran Spaniard is out of contract at Manchester United in the summer.

"After the Wolves game, he (Sarri) was terrifying", said Rudiger, per Evening Standard.

The visitors had Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa sent off in the second half, minutes after an Aboubakar Kamara goal from the penalty spot had given Claudio Ranieri's side a glimpse of an unlikely escape.

The 31-year-old told Chelsea TV: "I know what it means to play for a big club".

There was plenty of praise for Luiz after his performance which helped Chelsea shut out Manchester City on Saturday.

David Luiz's header in the second half sealed City's first EPL defeat since April, as they were knocked off the summit by unbeaten Liverpool. "That has been missing over the last month, but against City we did something out of nothing".

Guardiola left his only other natural striker, Gabriel Jesus, on the bench and City failed to take their chances despite dominating the first half.

The 18-year-old playmaker's contract was set to expire in 2020, while his potential had reportedly attracted interest from clubs across Europe, though he was eager to remain with City.

Proud John Stones insists Manchester City will learn from defeat

Nonetheless, it was City's lacklustre loss after seven straight wins that sent tremors through a league that had been beginning to talk up the domestic invincibility of Pep Guardiola's team.

"It's a great stat and something that I am obviously very proud of".

"We need to play with this level of determination, with the right aggression in the other matches", he added.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino could even afford to give Harry Kane a rest from the start ahead of their must-win Champions League clash with Barcelona.

Despite challenges on and off the field, Spurs are still ahead of Chelsea and Arsenal and just six points off the Premier League summit.

It was in one of those cup starts the teenager bagged his only first-team goal for Man City, in their 3-0 victory over Oxford in September.

"In our mind, we are starting from scratch and that's how we'll approach this game". "Against Valencia he is going to start and have a fantastic football game to play and to show everybody how good he is".

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