This was quite evident in the goal fest that took place between Manchester City and Monaco in the first leg of the last-16 tie. They will attack more and more and we have to defend better.
At least City fans can rest assured that Guardiola won't opt for Fernandinho at left back again.
"We are going to fly to Monaco to score as many goals as possible", he said.
Tiemoue Bakayoko rescued his keeper with a timely header away after a good ball was swung into the area before Sterling thought he had won a penalty after going down under the challenge of Mendy. We now know each other better.
Coming into the match, Monaco's players had scored 108 goals in all competitions this season and they put on another attacking show against City after falling behind to Raheem Sterling's goal in the 26th minute.
Toure praised City's character for bouncing back from their mistakes to win the game from 3-2 down but warned that Monaco, one of his many former clubs, will still fancy their chances.
Pep Guardiola insists his relationship with Sergio Aguero remains strong despite mounting speculation over the Manchester City striker's future since the arrival of Gabriel Jesus.
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"After the game my wife called me and said we were looking young and the team was brilliant. I never look at my stats", said De Bruyne when asked if he was anxious by his slump. It is so, so hard but we created a lot of chances and I don't know if Monaco have seen a team create as many chances as we did against them'. Stones then made up for his earlier blunder against Falcao as he stabbed home the fourth and Leroy Sane added a fifth in the 82nd minute minutes, tapping in Aguero's pass to cap an extraordinary night of football.
"We have to not underestimate them, and try to score goals again".
Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim praised his side's performance but also rued their mistakes in not killing off their opponents. "He knows, everyone knows", Guardiola told reporters on Monday.
"Always I played this competition with that sense". 22-year-old Bernardo Silva and 21-year-old Thomas Lemar are a nightmarish duo on the wings and even Fabinho offers a threat from defensive midfield. That's part of our project too.
"The first thing I'll say is that maybe this was one of the most incredible matches in the Champions League this season", Jardim said. We did not think about the return match.
Despite some unconvincing defending on the night, Guardiola argued that there are few teams who could stop this in-form Monaco side scoring at the moment.