Britain Football Soccer - Manchester City v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Group Stage - Group C - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England - 1/11/16. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola looks dejected. Reuters / Darren Staples
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Pep Guardiola reckoned he had just seen his new Manchester City charges trounce "the best team in the world" and now hopes the effect of one special Champions League night against Barcelona could leave a profound mark on his club's future.After five times being outplayed by Barcelona in recent European combat, City turned the tables in unlikely fashion after 40 minutes of Barca control which persuaded Guardiola that the club he once led to two European titles still have "the best team in the world".For even if City still have work to do to reach the knockout stages from Group C -- they are just two points behind Barca in second now -- it is hard to escape the feeling all the Pep talking might yet transform another club's face and ambition.
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