Pep Guardiola asked his players not to look at Manchester City’s upcoming schedule, but rather to embrace a “ beautiful challenge ” after watching his team advance 10 points to the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 victory over Everton, as did Carlo Ancelotti’s team who managed to put on the glove. At least as Richarlison canceled Phil Foden’s opening game – for only the second time in the last nine league games City had failed to keep a clean sheet – but nothing was preventing them from a seventeenth straight win in all competitions. And because they became the first English team in the first division to start a calendar year with 10 consecutive victories in the league, it is difficult to know who would deprive Guardiola of the Premier League title for the third time, as City was without Ilkay Gundogan after the German midfielder suffered a thigh injury during the victory. 3-0 at Tottenham, but Guardiola said he would need to summon all his players during a hectic schedule in order to fight on multiple fronts. 2:58 FREE WATCH: Highlights from Manchester City’s victory over Everton “If we want to win titles, we will need the entire team,” the City coach said. “What made me happy today is the solidarity even from the players who did not play. From Benjamin [Mendy] In the stands of John [Stones] And Alex [Oleksandr Zinchenko]. Everyone is part of this. “We have an amazing schedule ahead and expect a long week. We haven’t had a whole week of training since almost the start of the season so we’re going to need everyone. We go into every match trying to get points and do well. That’s what makes me grateful to have these players. Tonight we celebrate but after Tomorrow noon we will start thinking about Arsenal. You better not see the schedule, otherwise you will be depressed. City coach Pep Guardiola “Winning ten games in a row at the start of the calendar year is good but the next is Arsenal. Tonight we’re celebrating but tomorrow afternoon we’ll start thinking about Arsenal. It is better if you do not see the schedule, otherwise you will become depressed. But at the same time, it’s a beautiful challenge. We’ll be back here in a few weeks to try to reach the FA Cup semi-finals and we’ve seen how difficult it can be. Not worth looking at the schedule. Just next, it is Powerball. “It’s all about refreshing the mind and body to get back together.” Photo: Guardiola walking across Goodison Park Stadium on Wednesday evening, this match was supposed to be held in December, and it was postponed in a short time more than six weeks ago due to the outbreak of the Corona virus inside the city camp, but they look in good health now. They have traveled the M62 without the brilliant Gundogan due to his groin injury, and no sympathy for Guardiola has lasted more than just a look at the bench including Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho as City near complete fitness. The level at the break after the aborted opening match of Foden was canceled, but the City moved through the gears in the second half, as goals from Riyad Mahrez and Bernardo Silva to the juggernaut City ensured the confrontation of Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium, live on Super Sunday. Photo: Bernardo Silva finds the bottom corner to re-advance City at Goodison. Guardiola added: “It was a really difficult game as Carlo organized his team well defensively. [Abdoulaye] Ducor and [Tom] So it wasn’t easy to find the spaces at Davis, but we didn’t give up another chance after they scored. “It was not easy to find the space but we didn’t give up another chance after their goal, we made enough to win by a bigger margin. Goodison is a tough place but our mentality is amazing. We are not playing to preserve what we have – we are playing to have more. Today, it was These are three more points and a good performance again. ”Football is at the highest levels, it concedes goals but the important thing is to keep creating opportunities. We reacted really well to the Liverpool scoring at Anfield and we did the same today. “ Manchester City’s Sunday matches – Arsenal (A) Premier League, live broadcast on Sky Sports; 4:30 pm Wednesday February 24 – Borussia Monchengladbach (A) UEFA Champions League, 8 pm Saturday February 27 – West Ham (at home) English Premier League , 12:30 p.m. March 6 – Manchester United (H), Premier League, TBCSat March 13 – Fulham (A), English Premier League, Tuesday 16 March – Borussia Moenchengladbach (H) UEFA Champions League, 8 p.m. Ancelotti: No regrets going forward to the “special” derby image: Richarlison is congratulated after surpassing Everton in the first half, as Everton lost three consecutive domestic league matches for the first time since March 2016, while coach Carlo Ancelotti has struggled three times in a row for the first time since Then November 2006 when he was AC Milan coach, in fact, five years have passed since Everton failed to win five consecutive league games at Goodison Stadium, and Yerry Mina is scheduled to miss the trip to face Liverpool on Saturday, live on Sky Sports , After he withdrew with Assa With his calf during the first half, Ancelotti encouraged parts of his team’s performance and had already shifted his focus to the trip to Anfield. “It was really difficult, and I think for an hour we had good control over the game – of course, defense,” he said. Picture: Carlo Ancelotti was greeted by Guardiola before kick-off at Goodison. “Above all, the second part of the first half. After they scored the second goal it was impossible to come back again. Of course, you could lose against Man City so you can’t feel any.” Contrition “. I felt we could have done better offensively, but they are a better team and not at the same level. Not only do they have the quality, but they are also strong. “It will be a different match against Liverpool. We run away and think more. Liverpool are a great team but you never know about football.” Calf problem and I think he won’t be available for the game on Saturday but we hope Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Alan return. “It’s a great opportunity, we don’t have to feel regret tonight, I regret Fulham. We know how important the next match is for the fans and we will do everything we need to get the result on Saturday. The derby is a special match and outside we have a good round so we hope for that.” What’s Next? Saturday February 20 5:00 pm Departure 5:30 pm Sunday February 21 4:00 pm Departure 4:30 pm Everton travels to face Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby on Saturday, live on the Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event; Coverage begins at 5 pm with the start of the match at 5:30 pm, and visits Manchester City Arsenal at Emirates Stadium on the big Sunday; Coverage in the Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event kicks off at 4 PM with kick-off at 4.30 PM.