At half-time in the Sky Sports' studio, Jamie Carragher was marvelling at the first-half display from Guardiola's troops and said, "I'd be surprised if Guardiola's Barcelona sides scored three better goals than this".
Sixteen points clear at the top of the Premier League, a first trophy in England and two consecutive 3-0 defeats over Arsenal in London and still Pep Guardiola is not happy. "We must stay united inside and focus on the next game and put the effort it".
Liverpool have recovered from their 1-0 loss to Swansea City on January 22 by achieving 10 points out of 12.
They remain in the Europa League but face a battle to win the competition with the calibre of teams that remain in the competition.
"In this moment, to see an advantage against a team like Manchester City is very hard". They're sixth and that's where they're going to be.
In order to arrest their poor run, Wenger knows Arsenal have to pull together, starting at Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday afternoon (Monday morning AEDT) - a game Jack Wilshere is a doubt for.
Manchester City will look to take another huge step towards winning the Premier League title when they welcome Chelsea to the Etihad on Sunday afternoon. When I have been there, it is always tough.
This was Pep Guardiola's 100th game in charge of Manchester City and he couldn't hope for a better result.
Asked if he expects City to dominate again next season, Conte had a worrying answer for the rest of the Premier League.
In addition to the uncertainty surrounding Conte, key players Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois are also attracting interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain as the club attempt to tie them to new long-term contracts. If that happened in the Champions League we would be out.
"I think Conte is going to leave something to English football".
Winger Sane said: "We feel like it is getting closer and closer, but we always say that we always want to go step-by-step and game-to-game".