City's unbeaten run came to a sudden end at Stamford Bridge on Saturday as Chelsea clinched a 2-0 win to move back into the top four.
"I don't know", he said. "We are not here to be Invincible; we are here to be champions". So this result doesn't mean that this team can't do it. City has dominated big-name teams and was always bound to slip up, but it seems like a matter of time before they are back in first. When people are saying that they are selling an illusion. Part of the competition is that you can lose.
David Luiz's header in the second half sealed City's first Premier League defeat since April as they were knocked off the summit by unbeaten Liverpool.
Consequently, Chelsea had no out bell and were being smothered by City.
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"Today we played with a very good level of application, determination and the right level of aggressiveness".
By contrast, the draining effect of seeing a challenger pull off a late win can gnaw away at even the best teams, and City, in losing at Chelsea, have shown that they are not immune to such pressures.
"The first eight, 10 minutes of the second half they [Chelsea] were better than us, but after that and in the first half we were fantastic". "One match you can play but in the competition of ten months it's hard to cover the gap and at the moment they are they best team in Europe", he added.
However, Pep Guardiola's men missed the injured Sergio Aguero up front as Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane wasted early chances.
Salah handed over his man-of-the-match award to team mate James Milner, saying it was the "perfect" way to celebrate him joining the elite club of players who have made 500 Premier League appearances. The Italian has resisted calls to return Kante to the deep-lying midfield role where he shone in winning the World Cup with France and Premier League titles for Leicester and Chelsea at the expense of Jorginho. After standing up two men, the Belgian pulled the ball across the face of goal for the onrushing Kante, who exhibited impressive control in side-footing powerfully past the previously untested Ederson. Maybe he deserved to score and I think he's a very good option [in that position]. "I am happy to be on the scoresheet".