Bernardo Silva says there is no complacency in the Manchester City camp as they look to wrap up the Premier League title at Brighton. Victory over Brighton this Sunday would see City become the third different club, after Manchester United and Chelsea, to retain the trophy in the Premier League era.
Liverpool are just a point behind, meaning City cannot afford any slip-ups, but captain Vincent Kompany’s stunning winner against Leicester ensured the outcome is in their own hands. City also still have the chance for a domestic treble this season, with the Carabao Cup already in the trophy cabinet and an FA Cup final against Watford to come.
Brighton are the immediate focus, though, and Silva said: “(It’s a) difficult game away, we played against them in the FA Cup semi-final. They’re a physical team, so we’re not expecting an easy game, but we know we need to get the three points to win this title. “The atmosphere in the dressing room is just fantastic, all the players, the staff, the fans – the way they pushed us this season is unbelievable. We want to win these last two games to celebrate some titles with them.”
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