City look unstoppable but Man Utd aren’t going to go away


Former Manchester City defender Danny Mills feels Pep Guardiola‘s Premier League leaders ‘almost look unstoppable’ at the moment.

But he has stressed there should be no assumptions that they will end up winning this season’s title race – particularly with Jose Mourinho in the mix.

City moved eight points clear of Mourinho’s second-placed United once again on Wednesday night as Raheem Sterling‘s stoppage-time goal earned them a 2-1 victory over Southampton.

Raheem Sterling scored a last-gasp winner on Wednesday as Man City beat Southampton 4-1

Raheem Sterling scored a last-gasp winner on Wednesday as Man City beat Southampton 4-1

Raheem Sterling scored a last-gasp winner on Wednesday as Man City beat Southampton 4-1

Pep Guardiola's men sit eight points clear of Manchester United after 14 league games

Pep Guardiola's men sit eight points clear of Manchester United after 14 league games

Pep Guardiola’s men sit eight points clear of Manchester United after 14 league games

Guardiola’s side, who face United at Old Trafford on December 10, have won 13 league games so far this term and drawn their other one.

Speaking in Salford on Thursday at an event marking the first anniversary of the EFL’s Every Player Counts project, Mills said when asked about City: ‘They almost look unstoppable.

‘They are playing so well. It is brilliant to watch, and that is down to Pep.

‘But on the other half of the city you’ve got Mourinho, who is the pragmatist, the defensive…



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