Of course, Rashford and Martial are so fast but he was able to control them - few players in the world can control them like he did.
According to the Mirror, the Portuguese coach told Man City's squad to turn down their music as they celebrated a victory that many believe has ended the Premier League title race. "You then feel the pain".
"It's a joy to play with really, I mean we're winning games which always makes football a lot easier and I just want it to continue". It can happen, we have the ball and we kick each other.
There was of course a period of adaptation last season, but Guardiola now has his City side playing the finest football the league has ever seen - and they have had the best ever start to a season in top-flight history after accruing 49 points from 17 games.
Guardiola said: "I don't know how many fouls we make on the pitch but I think, when you have 70 per cent possession, we are not that team". For me, it's about enjoying it.
When it's time to play those two legs in April, the way it's going the league could be mathematically over, in which case Europe will definitely be the focus. "It's so exciting. It's a massive challenge - the type of challenge you always want the possibility to have". What happens when they're trailing late in the second half - do they have what it takes to come through in those moments?
Back in October, when Guardiola referred to Tottenham as "the Harry Kane team", Pochettino reacted angrily, describing the comment as "sad" and "disrespectful".
Brazil and Germany stars Dani Alves and Philip Lahm respectively were Guardiola's right-backs with his previous clubs, Barcelona and Bayern Munich, and he puts Walker in the same bracket, especially after the way he subdued the pacy Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in the Manchester derby last Sunday. You know very well that my ideas as a manager are close [to Pep] in football.
"Be sure, we're going to see each other and say hello". I admire and respect him for how he feels about football, his passion for football. But let's not forget that no one remembers Arsene Wenger's side across the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons as the "14 wins in a row" team.
"I wish all the best to him and all the people that I love there but we are going to try to win and try to stop them because we need three points to try to be in the top four and try to fight for the league at the end of the season".