Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insists his side are far from perfect and the key to success in what remains of the season will be avoiding making mistakes.
The 2-0 FA Cup quarter-final victory over Everton kept them on course for a quadruple.
But despite rattling off 25 victories in the last 26 matches – and winning 37 and losing just three of 46 all season – Guardiola is wary of how one slip can be hugely significant.
Such is their domestic dominance City need a maximum of 14 points from the last 24 available to regain their Premier League title, while they are two wins away from lifting the FA Cup and are also in the Carabao Cup final next month against a fading Tottenham side.
Don’t make mistakes and the moment will come – maybe in the 90th minute – but don’t do what happened with the first goal against Unite
Asked whether his side have any weaknesses he replied: “Many. I know my team. I know perfectly. Saying that, there are more positives than negatives.
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“We’re going to enjoy our families or play internationals and then we come back and there are two months until the end of the season and every game is closer to winning titles – but still there are many many games.