By Jack Gaughan for the Daily Mail
Published: 20:19 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 20:28 GMT, 1 March 2020
Pep Guardiola predicted no team will match Manchester City’s domestic dominance after lifting the sixth major trophy of his reign on Sunday.
City were in control against Aston Villa through goals from Sergio Aguero and Rodri, but Mbwana Samatta struck back for Dean Smith’s side and they almost forced extra-time.
The Premier League champions held on to seal a third consecutive Carabao Cup title and sweep the last four domestic competitions on offer.
Pep Guardiola won the sixth major trophy of his Manchester City reign at Wembley on Sunday
Guardiola poses with the Carabao Cup trophy, which City have won for the third year in a row
‘I think it is remarkable, to win eight of the last nine titles (including the Community Shield) and it will be so difficult for anyone to do it again - not just us, but our opponents,’ Guardiola said.
‘It means consistency. When you remember and review it, you know this group of players are so special.
‘It’s about showing that we are there in every game. That is the best thing we can give to a club. I think it is important that everybody knows that we have a responsibility to win titles.
‘Sergio has won 13 titles here, that is amazing. The legacy of the new striker will be compared to that high level and that is good.’
Sergio Aguero, who scored in Sunday's final,