I am not a greenkeeper - Guardiola rejects long grass claim

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That prompted an accusation in the pro-Liverpool "Anfield Wrap" podcast that the pitch had been left long in order to slow down Liverpool's rapid counter-attacking game, something Guardiola strongly denies. "I never did [ask], if they want to play quick, we want to play quicker". Sometimes it happens when you have many problems, maybe I would take a decision to play with some others.

"We have to respect them with the rules".

However, youngster Phil Foden made it 2-0 for Man City two minutes before the break with a scuffed effort inside the box against the run of play.

"We are going to play the next game like a final, knowing we will go through in the second most important competition in England, but I don't think about it too much".

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Manchester City rolled past Rotherham United 7-0 in the FA Cup on Sunday, with Ilkay Gundogan starring and Phil Foden scoring his second senior goal.

The repercussions from last Thursday's Premier League match of the season are still being felt almost a week on.

His departure will only increase the attention on Guardiola, with some feeling as though he isn't giving enough opportunity to young players. "When you do that karma tends to get you".

Wednesday's League Cup semi-final first leg against League One side Burton is the sort of match in which Diaz might have expected to make one of his rare first-team appearances, and Guardiola admitted it was too soon to say if his team could be short-handed if they continue to progress in several competitions.

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It is the sort of match Brahim Diaz would have started but - having rejected a new deal from City - the 19-year-old signed for Real Madrid this week in a deal which could be worth up to £22million.

Meanwhile, Guardiola refused to be drawn on Liverpool's exit from the FA Cup with the Premier League leaders fielding a weakened team.

Guardiola added that he wasn't disappointed to lose Diaz or Jadon Sancho. We always try to put water on, but it's not necessary here. "We wish him all the best because he's a nice guy".

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