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Bernardo Silva said Manchester City had left many things in the title race Football News



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Bernardo Silva admits Manchester City must be "almost perfect" for the rest of the Premier League season if they want to retain the title.

City have suffered successive defeats from Crystal Palace and Leicester – and found themselves seven points behind unbeaten Liverpool from Liverpool's third-place pace.

They had the chance to return to the race when they played against Liverpool next week and midfielder Silva thought City could no longer make mistakes.

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He said: "Seven points to Liverpool started a lot.

"We did not play as well as we wanted, we had to find an explanation. We have lost two matches that we should not have done if we were in the title race."

"It's mathematically possible – but we have to be almost perfect from now on.

"It's difficult. We have to start winning matches again, otherwise things will get complicated.

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"Since I was here, this team has always reacted well to bad situations. When we lose, we will win the next match, but now, losing two consecutive matches is not easy."

City have been without key players due to injuries throughout the season – and the absence of midfielder Fernandinho has been cited as the reason for the defeat of Palace and Leicester.

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Highlights of Leicester's 2-1 win over Manchester City in the Premier League.

Highlights of Leicester's 2-1 win over Manchester City in the Premier League.

But Silva said: "We suffered injuries but we don't want to make such excuses.

"We have to sort out what mistakes we have made, and try not to do it in the next match.

"We have to start winning again as soon as possible, starting with Southampton [on Sunday]. "

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