Pep Guardiola hasn't set a points target for his Manchester City side, he just wants them to collect as many as possible and avoid thinking about Liverpool.
MANCHESTER, England — Pep Guardiola has admitted he has previously spied on opponents before games, but insists he will not do so in England.
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