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Guardiola tells Arsenal when he will be sure that he’s stolen the title from them

Arsenal and Manchester City are currently in a tense Premier League title race and the , Manchester boss Pep Guardiola has revealed when he will be sure that he’s stolen the title from the gunners.

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed what it will take for him to accept that his team has snatched the Premier League title from Arsenal. The Gunners have been at the top of the league table since the season began, but City is hot on their heels with 73 points and two games in hand.

Guardiola knows that Arsenal will not give up easily, especially with Mikel Arteta at the helm. The former City assistant coach has done an excellent job in his first three years as a manager, and his team is playing some of the best football in the league.

“When we are 10 points clear, I will say it is almost over,” said Guardiola as per  Evening Standard “But the reality today is we’re two points behind. We have two games [in hand], but we have to be respectful for the teams we play – West Ham and Brighton – and we have to beat them.”

City’s recent form has been impressive, however, Guardiola knows that anything can happen in football, and he is not taking anything for granted. He is aware that his team must continue to perform at a high level if they want to win their third Premier League title under his leadership.

Arsenal’s form has been inconsistent in the past few weeks, but they have managed to stay at the top of the table thanks to some crucial wins against their rivals. They are currently only two points ahead of their title race rivals Manchester City.

If City can win both their game in hands, they will go top of the table with a four-point lead over Arsenal. That would be a significant step towards winning the title, but Guardiola knows that there is still a long way to go in the season.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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