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Sane inspired City to a 3-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday as Guardiola's men reached 97 points - a Premier League record.

"We've managed to get some good results against the top six at home and make games as close as possible - Tottenham away and Chelsea away when for long periods we were very much in the games". I think, especially, the Brighton team didn't want me to score but the most important thing was we broke the record, we scored more goals. The 30 wins they had prior to this game was level with the amount the west London club achieved last season.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised the "outstanding" Leroy Sane, admitting he was anxious about the attacker after the title party on Sunday. Three in six years Premier Leagues, but in this moment just one, but we've done better than the others, we can not deny.

Guardiola praised the 22-year-old for his display, days after City celebrated their Premier League title.

"His behaviour was good, we have no complaints over what happened this season".

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The Ivorian captained the side and was presented with a lifetime season ticket and framed shirt after the game by his brother Kolo as the fans gave him a standing ovation.

"They are friends of mine-Ferran, Txiki, Khaldoon-and we have time to talk fluently about what is best for the club and us".

After eight years and seven trophy wins, Touré played his final game at the Etihad in City blue. "Once, a team will arrive and do better than us, but they will have to do really good".

Guardiola would not be drawn on whether the former Gunners midfielder is likely to leave, however. In football one more year is a lot and we're going to talk to the club.

The midfield behemoth was signed in 2010 from Barcelona and became one of the most crucial figures as City turned from also-rans into a dominant force. "Thank you for being a wonderful teammate both in the dressing room and on the pitch".


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