Swansea City: Hammering by Man City has 'zero effect' - Carvalhal

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City supporters were heard chanting Ederson's name when Raheem Sterling won a penalty in Sunday's 5-0 victory over Swansea in the hope that the goalkeeper could take the spot-kick.

"I need to work hard for my comeback but he has done great for the team this year - and Aleks Zinchenko the same", Mendy said.

On duty for the first time since being crowned champions, Pep Guardiola's side delighted their joyous home support with a wonderful display of their attacking qualities and a 5-0 scoreline.

City looked just as hungry as they have been all season as they swept aside Swansea with a five-star display and in doing so moved closer to setting new best marks for points, wins and goals.

The governing body charged Wigan after fans flooded on to the DW Stadium pitch following their FA Cup win over City earlier this season but, while that scene turned ugly, this appeared to be a harmonious occasion. "It's never unfinished business in football, you have to keep improving".

"You can live like a professional player. Every day I tell him he is superb".

At that point, the Catalonian was preparing to bounce back from his first term in English football, which brought only Champions League qualification in what was a relatively underwhelming and trophy-less campaign.

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"The performance is the most important thing".

They then host Stoke City and Southampton, the two teams directly below them, in their final two games.

The lights went out throughout supervisor Carlos Carvalhal's post-match press convention however he insisted the identical was not true of their season.

"Zero. Absolutely zero", he said of the impact this result would have on the next four games.

"It's a very nice feeling (to play like this), we wanted to perform in these games like we did all season", De Bruyne added.

Marko Arnautovic drew the Hammers level with a fine strike in the 64th minute but after a defensive error saw Aaron Ramsey put Arsenal back in front, a late Alexandre Lacazette brace made sure of the points.