Man City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to TNT Sports: "Of course we are incredibly happy to have qualified with two games left. Finish first. We have time to think about it.
"Maybe we were not... clinical is not the right word... not clear, sweet, soft enough in the last moment to score more goals. But I love to see the team.
"The word that define this group of players for many years is the consistency. We have high standards and and that is why we are still in the Premier League up there and qualified from the Champions League.
"People say 'yeah, the group stage, it is easy', but you have to do it. In life, you have to do it when people expect you to do it. Two games left. Leipzig are the toughest opponents in this group and we have to try and finish further. It is important in the last 16 to have the weapon of second game at home rather than away."
On injuries: "Manu [Akanji] at half-time had a problem in the back. Unfortunately John [Stones], he felt again. I feel so sorry for him. Again, it is a big loss for us. He is so important for what he does. He will recover, the season is long."
On whether Stones will be out for long: "Yeah, I think so."