Pep Guardiola believes the race for the Premier League top four will run until the final game of the season, after his Manchester City side moved seven points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal. City never looked likely to slip-up against relegation-threatened Hull City and, despite Claudio Bravo's late error, strikes from Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph - combined with Ahmed Elmohamady's earlier own goal - secured a convincing win. But, after seeing his side bring up their th goal in all competitions this term, Guardiola insisted that there are still no guarantees of Champions League football next term.
It is frustrating not go get a clean sheet but we defended poorly at set-pieces.
Raheem Sterling was on fine form for City on Saturday, turning provider for both Aguero and Delph's goals, but the England winger was full of praise for team-mate David Silva. I'm asking once again. Won't you help me my friend, Lord Jesus.
Holy Lord Spirit, set us free, From chains we cannot see, Come release us. I wrestle not with flesh and blood, My fight is with the one, Who lost the keys of hell and death, To God's most precious son. One sleepless night of anguished prayer, I triumphed over sin.
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One battle in the Holy war, God's promised me to win. Paolo Di Canio believes Sunderland's fight for survival will go on until the final day of the season.
The build up to Di Canio's first match as successor to Martin O'Neill was overshadowed by debate over the Italian's political beliefs, but when the talking stopped and the football started, the year-old could not prevent his new charges slipping to a defeat at Champions League-chasing Chelsea. The 17th-placed Black Cats are above Wigan only on goal difference, having played a game more, but Di Canio suggested the May 4 clash with Stoke could be key in his side's survival fight.
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Asked if the battle to avoid relegation will continue until the final day, Di Canio said: "I hope not, but probably now every week will change because Stoke now are involved completely. I think it will for everybody - Villa, us, Wigan, Stoke. Di Canio saw enough at Stamford Bridge to believe in his side, who succumbed to Matt Kilgallon's 47th-minute own goal and Branislav Ivanovic's 55th-minute second.
We have a short time from now until the end of the season, but we're capable to build their strengths.
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