"If we don't score a goal in Monaco we will be eliminated".
"At this club, the recent history is quite good but for a long time Manchester City were not in the Champions League".
He added that he was "really impressed" by the French side.
"We think in attack".
City will be confident of scoring against any team, but they also gave away some very poor goals and it is a lot harder to win the Champions League that way, by outscoring the opposition. It means his centre-halves can quickly become isolated when the opposition win the ball back and break, but I understand why he is willing to let that happen. What he wants, above everything, from all the players is that we push a little more.
But Guardiola wants his full-backs to join in with City's attacks too.
After John Stones dramatically put the home side in the lead to make it 4-3, the camera panned across the fans behind the goal, and they were hardly reacting in a matter you'd expect.
"It is one of the most lovely competitions to play, maybe not the most important, but the most handsome and we have to do our best".
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Indeed, the Monaco boss refused to berate his charges after a breathless round of 16 encounter at Manchester City - despite an uncustomary goalkeeping error from Danijel Subašić for Sergio Agüero's first, and his team shipping two goals from corners - instead referring to "small mistakes".
Guardiola confirmed City captain Vincent Kompany's injury problems are still continuing after he missed the Huddersfield game and he will sit out the first leg against Monaco.
Caballero believes City are in a good position ahead of the second leg against Monaco on March 15 but says they need to tighten up defensively if they are to progress to the quarterfinals.
The unfortunate individual's prediction that City would win 4-3 coupled with a 4-2 victory for Atletico Madrid at Bayer Leverkusen appeared far-fetched. "They are a complete team".
Monaco are expected to provide a stern test having taken charge of the Ligue 1 title race ahead of a Paris Saint-Germain side that thrashed Barcelona last week.
Monaco's performance confirmed their status as Europe's most prolific attacking team and gave Jardim hope they can turn the tie around in three weeks' time.
City could concentrate on stopping that from happening by keeping their full-backs deeper and denying Monaco's wide players space to run into. Jardim's team has momentum, confidence, skill, power and balance.