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Manuel Pellegrini: We have been very consistent so far


Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini was full of smiles after his side registered their fourth consecutive win of the season.

Impressive and unbeaten so far, the Citizens consolidated their place at the top of the table with a confident 2-0 win at home against Watford.

As equally impressive is the fact that they are yet to concede in the Premier League this season.

"I think that we played this game in exactly the same way as the other three – as a very consistent team," Pellegrini told reporters.

"We had four very different rivals but we found the solution for each to win the game. Watford defended very well in the first-half so we didn't create many chances.

"I think that half-time was important to make the change [Samir Nasri for Jesus Navas].

"We had a lot of possession in the first half but didn't create many chances.

"Making that change with Nasri on the left, a more-free David on the right and having Raheem close to Kun was the way we must try to do it and I'm happy that it worked."

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