Arsenal is playing at a very high level, according to Guardiola, who insisted on this point.
After Manchester City defeated Chelsea 1-0 in a Premier League match at Stamford Bridge on the strength of Riyad Mahrez's goal, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach spoke to the BBC.
On the standings, Manchester City now trails Arsenal by five points.
“Well, it could be seven points, or ten, or eight, but now the gap is five points.
“It’s not just about the points; it's about the way they [Arsenal] are playing." "Even when they lost against [Manchester] United and drew with Newcastle, the quality and level they are playing at is so good,” Guardiola said.
Man City will now face Manchester United in an away Premier League derby on January 14 at Old Trafford, while Arsenal will take on London rivals Tottenham Hotspur the following day.
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