Many consider those feats to have Liverpool on course to join the all-time greats, but Ince feels the Manchester United side he graced back in 1994 would give the Reds - and Manchester City's back-to-back title winners - a run for their money.
Asked if it was a cause for concern, Guardiola replied: "Definitely. I'm not surprised, I am so sorry for them".
"Every day I live nearly 24 hours thinking about what we're doing and what we can do better so I am not distracted by other teams and leagues". In his absence, Henderson has mainly played in the defensive midfield role and the skipper has been brilliant for us.
Guardiola said: "He has played more than 3,000 minutes".
Guardiola's family returned to Barcelona last summer where his wife operates a fashion business and while this could conceivably be an obstacle to him extending his contract in Manchester, he says that he remains "100 per cent committed" to the club. By then, plans for a reformed European competition structure, including a third competition to go alongside an expanded Champions League and Europa League, should have been agreed by European governing body Uefa.
Guardiola also said he can learn from tonight's opponents, with Chris Wilder's promoted Blades seventh in the table. "All the managers complained about it but they [the authorities] don't care".
FA Cup fever is ramping up in Shrewsbury with the visit of Jurgen Klopp's megastars to Montgomery Waters Meadow now just three days away. We push and push. "The body says stop, it's enough".
Pedro Neto was unlucky to see his goal being ruled out the last time these two sides met but he managed to rake up his first goal for the side subsequently to see us get him in from Wolverhampton. His standards are continuing quite similar.
"You can not play good games in the knockout competitions if you are not running well in the Premier League".
"It is to protect the players". For them they'd enjoy it more, the people too.
"They can go to the theatre, to the cinema, restaurants, to watch the fireworks".