Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola hailed the resurgence of his accusations against West Ham on Sunday night.
The league leaders found themselves two goals behind at the London stadium, but they managed to take things back and take things back, and they had the chance to win the match but they missed a penalty late.
While the result gave Liverpool a lifeline in the title race, Guardiola believes his players gave their best in the fencing.
“It’s been a great comeback and it’s a big credit to the team to do it against this team and the way they’re defending. They’re very good in the transition period and I think we played a good game. At half-time we talked about not giving up and if we score we’ll be in the game.”
“There is another week, another match, with our people – I assure they will be sold and we will do the best we can to win the match and win the title,” Guardiola said after the match.
City are now four points ahead of Liverpool, who have played a game less. The Reds meet Southampton on Tuesday and if they fail to win the match, City will be crowned champions before their last day of the season.
City have a date with Aston Villa on the last day of the season as Liverpool host Wolves at Anfield.