Manchester city boss, Pep Joseph Guardiola has revealed that halftime pep talk with his players ensured their victory against Huddersfied Town, sitevanguard reports.

The spanish coach inspired his players during half time in the dressing room which turned out to be the decider in the encounter with Cityzens mounting more pressure on Liverpool at the top.

The cityzens ran out 3-0 winners against bottom placed Huddersfield town.

Brazilian defender, Danilo opened scoring in the first half with an assist form fellow defender Kyle Walker as the citizens kept the tempo till the break.

As the two teams returned from the break, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane scored two goals in two minutes to secure the three points for the travelling cityzens.

“We will improve in the future. We have to demand
more from ourselves in every game and do our best,
but sometimes it’s difficult. They defended deep and
man to man

The encounter at Huddersfield is something to remember for Guardiola and his boys as they continue to mount pressure on League Leaders Liverpool.

After falling to Leicester City and Crystal Palacw during the busy festive period, the cityzens came back strong to beat Liverpool thus reducing the initial seven points lead.

Guardiola was happy when his players scored the 100th goal of the campaign. And despite beeing sick, Aguero was up an running for city recording an assist in the game.

Guardiola however thinks the team still needs to improve on their game.