“Every game we are going to try and win.
Birmingham manager Aitor Karanka admitted he was frustrated his side finished the game strongly after going three down in the first half.
He reflected: “We finished the game in the way we should have started. We were not as aggressive as we should have been but the second half everything changes.
“We approach the second half much better. I wanted to play 90 minutes in the way we played the last 45.”
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Guardiola also criticised the impracticalities of the latest Premier League guidelines, which tell players not to hug each other when celebrating goals.
“We are going to follow the protocols. When one guy scores a goal I don’t know if they can be controlled,” he said.
“All of us have tested negative and if one guy score a goal, the joy to celebrate he is not going to think I cannot hug my mate for two or three seconds.”