Guardiola labels Manchester City's draw with Liverpool as “one of the most special days of my life.”
Pep Guardiola was pleased with Manchester City's display in their 1-1 draw with Liverpool but the Citizens boss said their problem is they don't take their chances.
City had to come from behind to seal a point at the Etihad on Sunday as Sergio Aguero's 70th minute strike cancelled out James Milner's opener from the penalty spot after Roberto Firmino had been brought down.
Both sides had chances to win the game but poor finishing meant the game ended in a draw.
However, Guardiola told Sky Sports after the match: "You cannot imagine. This is one of the proudest days of my career as a manager.
"After our defeat in the Champions League, for two days we were so, so sad and in the training sessions we didn't talk too much.
"We arrive here against Liverpool, who haven't had European football all year and had all week to prepare for that game, and how we fight and how we run and how we showed spirit - today is one of the happiest days of my life as a manager.
"The way we play, we concede chances but we create a lot of chances. Like all matches, we create more chances but this is our problem, our problem is we don't score goals."