MANCHESTER CITY boss Pep Guardiola wants better from his players despite hammering Manchester United 6-3.
The Spaniard's side were in scintillating form as they blew away their rivals racing into a 4-0 lead in the first half.
However Guardiola was not overly happy with the team's performance in the second period.
He told Sky Sports: "It was really good. We scored four goals and we could have scored more really.
"They played better in the second half and the last minutes was flat, but it was a good game and everyone in the stadium was happy.
"In the first half we were aggressive and had the space and the quality of players we had up front made the difference.
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"We can win or lose but there are many things we can do better. Some players were not good today so they have to improve.
"Perfection doesn't exist, it's impossible. But we must try to look there.
"We did good, we can do better, many, many players had sloppy passes. This is not good. We have to be more consistent. In some areas we were still not good."
Guardiola's perfectionist mentality was on show and he was clearly not impressed with his team conceding three.
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However, he did go onto to heavily praise Erling Haaland and Phil Foden for their hat-tricks.
Man City are second in the Premier League table with 20 points – one behind Arsenal – and they have scored an incredible 29 goals in the league.
The Premier League champions will be hoping to retain the title once again and lift the so far elusive Champions League.
City have defeated Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund in the group stage and face Copenhagen next up on Wednesday night.
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