"Phil's only problem is that he has to compete with Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva and Bernardo Silva", Guardiola said.
"The first 20 minutes were hard from throw-ins and long balls, and they are much better than us in those situations, but in the last 20 minutes we put the game into our hands", Guardiola said.
The first of four trophies on offer can be won next Sunday when they play Chelsea at Wembley in the EFL Cup final.
"It's been a long while, it feels like it's been gone for ages", Foden said of the Champions League's two-month break.
"He learnt a lot and he helped us to win the game with two incredible goals".
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These days I still dream of seeing us lift the Cup but my experience is that in the final tickets are given to so many sponsors and FA members that there are relatively few around for an ordinary fan.
But the win keeps City's hopes of a quadruple on track with a Champions League trip to Schalke and Carabao Cup final against Chelsea (live on ESPN+ Feb. 24 at 11:30 a.m. ET) up next for Guardiola's side.
"A big congratulations to Newport for reaching this stage. I wanted to go and slide on my knees in the corner, but we needed to get going again quickly and get back in the game".
"Also the backroom staff, I can sort them out as well".
"I'm quite surprised", Guardiola told BBC Sport Wales.
"Getting to share the touchline with Pep Guardiola was magical for me". The support of the team was incredible, it was nice to hear them chanting 'Who are you?
'We know that he's a guy who [gets] close to the box and has this mentality to score goals, and he has the ability to do that. "They were very respectful of us which was brilliant, they even invited us into the dressing room after the game". He said "you should be proud, you are doing a fabulous job, and good luck". The players are full of class, the manager is full of class. The 32-year-old is keen to stay at the club but will have to accept terms on lower wages.