Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola feels sorry for Chelsea and Manchester United this season, with his side dominating the premier league with eleven points ahead of second-placed Manchester United.
The former Barcelona boss was able to set a new record in the premier league by winning over 15 games on a stretch and could extend it to 17 if his side beat Bournemouth this weekend.
His side seems unstoppable and are favourites to win the premier league trophy at the end of this season.
And the Spaniard admitted he feels sorry for the likes of Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte who have been also impressive in their respective sides this season.
Speaking to newsmen recently, Pep said Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte are earning lots of points that should make them champions this term, suggesting his side’s form keeps overwhelming his rivals performances.
Pep, who emphasised his respect for other managers, also said his men won’t relent in running hard towards the premier league title as, according to him, ‘one draw or loss could change things
The sky blue club are yet to lose a single game in the premier league this season so far and have won the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United already.
They will clash with Bournemouth this weekend after beating Leicester City in the League Cup on Wednesday night.