"I don't like it when my colleagues speak about me or my players".
City's rivals have strengthened their squads in the close season, but Guardiola is satisfied with his group of players after signing forward Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City for a club-record fee reported to be 60 million pounds ($79 million). He's scored 61 times, provided 116 assists and won three Premier League titles, one FA Cup and three League Cups.
"We came here with a lot of young players and new players".
Spanish midfielder David Silva has thanked Pep Guardiola and Manchester City for their "love" during the most hard time of his life - the premature birth of his son.
"I'm so proud and happy to be manager of these guys for that reason".
It was during this time of "crisis" that Silva said made him realise how supportive Guardiola and Manchester City were.
His replacement Bernardo Silva narrowed the deficit just before the break, however, and 19-year-old Lukas Nmecha got City back into the game, equalising five minutes into the second half. It's just made me want to come back really strong.
"We are going to adapt, it's a simple as that".
Sane was not to be denied a minute later as he showed outstanding pace and composure to put the Premier League champions ahead after gliding past Van Dijk and Clyne before finishing calmly - moment of magic which left Klopp shaking his head.
Salah was a poacher for Liverpool last season and the video below (5:03 onwards) demonstrates exactly why he's so good at finding small pockets of space.
On the possibility of making further summer signings, the Spaniard added: "We will see". "He is a top player, but we are not interested in him".
Pre-season friendlies are all about gaining fitness and getting minutes under the belt for players and that's exactly what Salah needs after his disappointment at the World Cup. Every team will try to do better and better.
Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi released from prison
Since 2009, residents of Nabi Salah have staged regular anti-occupation protests that often ended with stone-throwing clashes. Then she visited the home of a relative who had been shot dead by Israeli forces during a demonstration.
Facebook's slide costs Zuckerberg $17bn
Facebook forecast similar increases for the second half of the year, also citing spending on video content and marketing. More likely, though, market buzzards are holding off because of how quickly some analysts are turning on the company.