Police to probe Man City bus attack

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With United having closed the gap, a win at Tottenham Hotspur next Saturday for City will not be enough for the title, provided that Jose Mourinho's team take care of business against bottom club West Bromwich Albion the next day.

"It is not Liverpool, it is the people, only one, two or three but hopefully it does not happen again".

Liverpool have "condemned in the strongest possible terms" damage caused to the Manchester City coach outside Anfield before the Champions League tie between the two sides.

The runaway leaders will be desperate to reassert themselves after their chastening 3-0 defeat in the first leg of their Champions league quarter-final at Anfield.

City were forced to source a new mode of transport for their journey home and Merseyside Police later confirmed that two of their officers were harmed by projectiles in the clashes.

Manager Jurgen Klopp complained this week they had not been able to secure a pitch in Manchester which met his requirements-primarily a confidential setting-on which to train on the morning of Tuesday's match. Some penalties in the first half, some in the second half but we have to improve.

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Guardiola also suggested more protection should be given to team buses in general with this latest attack coming a year after a bomb attack on Borussia Dortmund's bus ahead of their Champions League quarter-final against Monaco. But who am I to say something?

"Last season I did not feel we were ready, right now I don't feel we are ready, but we've made a step forward".

Liverpool released a statement before the match apologising to City over the incident, saying they would cooperate with the authorities to identify those responsible.

Videos on social media show cans, bottles and flares being thrown at the City coach as it arrived at the ground. I'm ok with it, as long as nobody's hurt I'm fine.

Liverpool issued a full apology to City's staff and players prior to the 3-0 win but have since been charged with four offences by UEFA for the behaviour of some of their supporters.

"We see what happens. I can not judge", he said of the incident.

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