David Wagner heaped praise on his Huddersfield side after they produced a heroic performance to earn a famous point at champions Manchester City, boosting their Premier League survival prospects in the process.
"England is a special place and is so tough", Guardiola told Sky Sports.
"You win, you lose, but always you have to try to do what you believe".
"We must not forget City have scored more than 100 goals, we kept a clean sheet and we looked solid". When you see all the trajectory over the course of the eight years I've been here, it's unbelievable. Today was proof we can do better.
The celebrations for City's third title in seven seasons began well before kick-off, both inside and outside their Etihad home ground.Supporters were issued with blue and white flags, creating a colourful vista to greet the champions as they were given yet another guard of honour on their way onto the field before kick-off. We lost a little bit of focus this week but it's normal. These title celebrations have been curiously drawn out.
City lifted the Premier League title following the conclusion of the match and Toure was interviewed on the pitch after announcing that he will be leaving at the end of the current campaign.
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Since winning the title, City have thrashed Swansea 5-0 and West Ham 4-1 but were unable to maintain that intensity against David Wagner's battling side.
Victory would have guaranteed Huddersfield safety and another season of top flight football.
The match action was slightly underwhelming - with City stuttering to a 0-0 draw with Huddersfield - but that did not stop fans and players celebrating what has been a fine season domestically. In the second half we were pressured.
City started brightly, with Christopher Schindler clearing off his line from a scramble at a Leroy Sane corner, but otherwise Huddersfield defended manfully and substitute Scott Malone might even have snatched a dramatic injury-time victor for the visitors.
On a sunny day, there was a party feel inside and outside the Etihad and City produced one of its sloppiest displays of the season, with its final ball lacking and striker Gabriel Jesus barely getting a chance at goal.