“We need titles in Europe,” Guardiola said.
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Even if City's season has already been a majestic success, what with a League Cup triumph and winning the Premier League with a record-equaling five matches to spare, a better measure will only come by the end of next season.For no English champions have successfully defended their Premier League crown since City's once lordly neighbors United won the title for a third straight season in 2008-2009 .This is the deafening level of dominance that the team once famously derided as "noisy neighbors" by Ferguson will now be out to cement after what could still end up as an unprecedented 100-goal, 100-point season.Ferguson's last United triumph in 2012-13 was by 11 points from the then-champions City; the following season, under new management, they finished seventh.Certainly, Liverpool's heroics in both the Champions League and Premier League, swarming all over City for three victories this term, and Manchester United's 3-2 comeback win at the Etihad that delayed the coronation, dented the aura.
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