Man City boss Guardiola: We all want Messi to stay with Barcelona

Tony Cottee Huddersfield Town a potential banana skin for Manchester City

With their flawless starts still intact, the FC crew debate whether PSG or Manchester City are the better team in Europe.

Yaya Toure and Raheem Sterling are proud of their narrow win vs. Feyenoord and have high expectations for the UCL campaign.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that his team struggled against Feyenoord in their Champions League encounter on Tuesday night.

"I would have been surprised if you had told me in August that he would be the top goalscorer but Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus haven't played in every game", he added.

'He has to just focus on playing well and getting better, ' Guardiola said.

"It's the best moment of his career and we're only in November so there's a lot of time". At the end of the season we'll celebrate it then next season he'll have another target to break. It's so important because you can not win the title with just one or two players scoring goals.

Yet Raheem Sterling is now leading both - and the City boss admits he is pleasantly surprised. "Kevin [De Bruyne], Nico [Otamendi], have scored so it's important".

Defenders John Stones (hamstring) and Benjamin Mendy (knee) are the only players out through injury.

Huddersfield recorded a famous win over Manchester United last month at the John Smith's Stadium although Smith insists a win over City would mean more to him personally. I'm pleased, knowing we can do better'.

"It's a process and sometimes it is not easy for some players but he has settled quite good".

"We know exactly what will happen, there will be a big atmosphere, but it's the same as Brighton on the opening day of the season". For instance when you play against Napoli - they played an wonderful 30 minutes and you have to accept it and say they played better than us in that period of the game.

Jonathan is ESPN FC's Manchester City correspondent.



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