Manchester City's Pep Guardiola: "We have to try to improve".

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola:

Manchester City got their Premier League season off to a winning start as they overcame a stubborn Brighton at the Amex Stadium.

City will be hoping for a better 207/18 season, but face a potential banana skin in opponents Brighton.

"We are so satisfied for the first game, the way we played". City had 83 more shots than Chelsea last season but scored five fewer goals; a fit Gabriel Jesus should help transform that.

"It's going to be tough, very tough".

If money decided the title, City would already be crowned champions after splashing more than 200 million pounds ($260.22 million) on reinforcements this summer. There's a gulf between Albion and City. People say we are a big team, but we ran like a League One or Conference team.

After their title rivals lost their heads, Manchester City kept theirs. We were not able with those players to find a solution. We are strong defensively and I predict 1-1. "To start with three points away it's always so important". His 52nd minute miss of a chance he would typically lash in suggested early-season rustiness.

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"I want to continue with what we did in the last three games of pre-season".

"Here every game is a battle, and from my experience - in Barcelona too - it's hard against a newly-promoted club. That is the top (and only) priority, and the club will do all it can to achieve that". With so much talent at his disposal, City's players know they have limited time to impress.

"We will try to do our best, not just for this season but for the future and especially the next years".

Hit play on the video at the top of the page to watch highlights. I think we're in for plenty of goals and a decent City win.

Pep Guardiola promised Manchester City would rein in its unprecedented levels of spending after overseeing an outlay of approaching $500 million in his first year in charge. I am backing him to deliver this time around, though. While other summer transfer window signing Benjamin Mendy is not in the squad.

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