Pep Guardiola believes his team can do better.
Manchester City thrashed their noisy neighbours Man United 6-3 last evening at the Etihad.
The Cityzens edged closer to Arsenal who are just a point ahead in the Premier League table.
But manager Pep Guardiola claims his side can improve despite dominating in the Manchester derby.
“It was really good [in the first half]. We scored four goals and could have scored more. After half time it was more difficult. It was a great victory, a great game, everyone was happy in the stadium and we enjoy it against our rivals.” Guardiola told Sky Sports News.
“In general it was really good how aggressive we were but of course when they have Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen they have quality. We were aware of the spaces and our players up front made the difference in the first half.
“We can win or lose but there are many things we can do better. Some players were not good today so they have to improve.
“Perfection doesn’t exist, it’s impossible. We did good, we can do better, many, many players had sloppy passes. This is not good. We have to be more consistent. In some areas we were still not good.”
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