PEP GUARDIOLA says Manchester City’s glittering haul of EIGHT trophies out of nine may never be repeated.
Goals from Sergio Aguero and Rodri proved to be enough to see off Aston Villa and clinch a third-straight Carabao Cup.
It means City have now won the last six pieces of domestic silverware, including Community Shields.
And Pep believes his trophy-laden side are putting down a legacy their rivals and the club’s next generation of stars will struggle to live up to.
He said: “The important thing is that everyone knows we have responsibility to win the titles, eight from nine is something remarkable.
"We have won the last six. It is incredible. It would be so difficult for anyone to do it again — not just us but our opponents.
“What we’d like to give to this organisation for the future is, what we’ve done helps the club to know if we did it, they have to do it, to win titles as this group of players have done.
“Sergio Aguero has won 13 since he was here. His legacy for the new strikers coming will have to compare to his high standard — if you want to compete in Europe you have to do that.”
Yet Guardiola told his players there is no time to enjoy the moment as they are back in FA Cup action on Wednesday night.
The holders travel to Sheffield Wednesday in the fifth round.
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