And the Catalan believes the way his side have fought back from being seven points behind Liverpool in early January, overcome a glut of injuries to key players and refused to rest on their laurels after amassing an unprecedented century of points last season, singles this out as his most satisfying campaign.
"The other is this Liverpool".
Had Iheanacho found the net, Leicester would have handed Liverpool back the advantage heading into the final day of the season, but Vincent Kompany's spectacular strike ensured City moved back to the summit with a tense 1-0 win on Monday Night Football.
"I think the coaches don't know how to use him".
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It felt particularly apt, that when it was needed most, it was our leader, a man so ingrained in our previous success, who got us over the line in the most sensational way.
"Yeah, it's the toughest league I've ever played as a manager, because of the quality of the rivals", said Guardiola, a former manager of both Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Only one will take the prize and the other will be at home sad.
An equaliser would have seen control of the Premier League title race swing out of City's hands and into Liverpool's.
The outlet adds that the maximum bonus pool for winning a domestic treble exceeds £20 million, but the club won't have to fork out that much as players are only entitled to the full bonus if they feature in at least 60% of the club's total minutes per competition.
Since the rules were changed in 1981 to make a win worth three points, only once has a top-flight team finished with more than 95 points, and that was City last season. I would not say that 100 points [of last year] was bad and that we are not satisfied. "We were like [chipping away at] a stone".