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Claudio Bravo plays down Manchester City form

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo warms up ahead of his debut against Manchester United at Old Trafford on September 10, 2016
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Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo insists that there is no reason to worry about the club's form, despite their winless run extending to three matches.

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has played down the club's recent form after they made it three games in a row without a win.

Pep Guardiola's side dominated for long spells of their Premier League clash with Everton on Saturday, but were ultimately forced to settle for just a point at the Etihad Stadium.

However, Bravo stressed that the team need time to fully implement Guardiola's ideas and does not think that there is any cause for concern over the recent blip.

"It's been fast and furious, City have changed how they were doing things before here in England. The finished article will come later. Now I am calm. I've just arrived and started to compete," he told reporters.

"We are getting to know our teammates and the way the team plays, and you can't learn that overnight. We are thinking about what happened. We could have taken the three points because of how we played, but it didn't happen like that.

"I see the Premier League as a special attraction. The teams are more equal, physically superior to the Spanish league and with a fast very game too. I don't think anybody sees it negatively."

Despite their recent slump, Man City still sit top of the Premier League table.

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