"I know what occurs if we lose and all americans appears to be going to snort it's over, however we silent believe a form of games to play".
"I'd probably not want to play at the moment against the Liverpool front three - I think Mane is an absolute nightmare for any defender".
The Turkish centre back scored his first goal in the colours of Leicester City during the last game in the Premier League.
"Thank God there is a rivalry as that means we are in a not bad place as well".
"The media will make a lot of it, and people have been talking about it for the whole week, even before the Champions League, but we just do our job, keep calm and prepare ourselves".
"To see a player better than him, or with potential to be better or play exactly the same as him is really hard".
After all this time, are we still underestimating this City team? The guys who sell the hot dogs has to be in top shape.
The two teams were involved in a title race that went down to the final day last season, where City pipped Liverpool by one point.
"[It's] a match where we have to be careful, playing against a big team that we know really well, and they know us well too". The Liverpool forward has provided 53 assists since joining the club and remains one of the most underrated players in world football.
"You can not be only offensive but if you are not fearless against Man City you have no chance, not even for a point", he added. All of us have to make sure that something like that never happens again. "I don't think it was Man City specific", he added.
Liverpool haven't lost a Premier League game since their 2-1 defeat to City in January.
"It will be more hard [if City lose], of course".
In a press conference, Guardiola confirmed that the 26-year-old is not fit to play, but has full faith on reserve goalkeeper Bravo to step up to the occasion.
Leaders Liverpool have a six-point advantage over the defending champions and the match is a crucial one for both sides.