Man City manager Pep Guardiola defends supporters after pitch invasion

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Champions Manchester City kept their Premier League title party rolling with a thumping 5-0 win over Swansea City on Sunday as Kevin De Bruyne scored one of the best goals of the season.

There were celebrations at full-time - thousands of fans invaded the pitch as Pep Guardiola's side emphatically ended a run of three successive home defeats.

Defeats in April might've given their rivals some confidence ahead of the next season, but City can reestablish that by breaking the records as the most dominant side in the English Premier League era.

"[It is] no problem", Guardiola said.

"It's never unfinished business in football, you have to keep improving".

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David Silva was involved again as City doubled their lead five minutes later, the Spaniard releasing Fabian Delph with a quick one-two, allowing the left-back to whip in another low ball.

After the pre-match festivities and a guard of honour from the visiting players, City took just 11 minutes to open the scoring as David Silva juggled a Raheem Sterling pass and volleyed home.

In the last five head to head records between these two teams, Manchester City won four games and drawn one game with Swansea City.

The second semi-final comes up on Sunday and sees Chelsea clash with relegation-threatened Southampton.

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.

To add insult, they succumbed to a fourth goal after Sterling was hacked down in the box, prompting Craig Pawson to point to the spot.

"Swansea have had good results under Carlos Carvalhal against Arsenal and Liverpool and that's why it was so important to focus, play well and score".

"Many other teams have conceded three or more goals to City this season". He needs to prove himself for a longer period in the Premier League to establish himself, and Jacks fans certainly aren't complaining in the way he's leading them, not least for his fantastic metaphors.

"Football is an emotional game", the City manager said.

It was decorated by a 20-yard peach from Kevin De Bruyne that rocketed past Lukasz Fabianski after 54 minutes on a right-left diagonal that was as pure a connection as possible.

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