"It is one of the days I am proud of the most". I still don't think he has reached his best yet, there's a lot more to come from him.
"It was hard to start this game, it was Liverpool, a massive game, but after a big defeat against Monaco when we suffered a lot after the elimination, we did it".
After crashing out of the Champions League to Monaco midweek, Manchester City will be looking to bounce back quickly against Liverpool, who have been a thorn in their side in recent fixtures. "No idea! I'm more interested in what mood we are in". 'I'm sure it will be easier to correct and get points against the teams who are scrapping against relegation in the future.
"The goalkeeper was good today, so maybe he made a movement".
Despite a career that boasts nearly 40 major trophies with some of the world's biggest football clubs, Pep Guardiola regarded Sunday's wet and windy stalemate with Liverpool as one of the "most special days" of his career. It's disappointing when you've been ahead and both sides had chances to win it.
"I promise a lot of work".
"This is one of the happiest days of my career as a manager", the Spanish tactician told Sky Sports.
He said: "I never came here and said we are going to win one title".
However, the Argentinian did much better midway through the second half as he arrived right on cue to sidefoot home the equaliser from a flawless delivery from the right from De Bruyne. "I said why? His performance was outstanding".
Firmino forced a smart save by Caballero mid-way through the game and Adam Lallana's volley was pushed over the bar after a succession of corners for the Reds.
His Liverpool counterpart, Juergen Klopp, felt Guardiola was caught up in the moment - "He is Spanish, They are a little bit more emotional than Germans" - but perhaps it was understandable after the riveting fare that the two teams had just served up.
However, they can't count on facing Top 7 sides who are willing to come out and play after the Merseyside derby return against Everton at Anfield following the worldwide break. I would go as far as saying he set a new low in the standards of officials in this league.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp added: "To get a point at Manchester City is absolutely OK".
Aguero sidefooted wide late on and then ballooned the final chance of the game high over the crossbar in stoppage time.