This news medium understands that Guardiola’s Manchester City won the title last season with a record-breaking 100 points.
They are on the verge of winning the crown again with just three games to go and can get up to 98 points if they win all of them.
Liverpool trail them by one point and Guardiola has suggested that other teams eyeing the crown must be ready to get at least 90 points.
“I don’t know in the future,” he said when asked if City and Liverpool will be battling for the league crown in years to come.
“But I know the standards we created last year at Manchester City.
“People know that now you have to be close to 100 points – before it was 90. That standard was set last season.
“We helped Liverpool to achieve it this season and Liverpool helped us to keep going. So, thanks to Liverpool, we’re competing.
“Liverpool know that to win you have to make a lot of points. That’s what we communicate to everyone.”