Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is on the cusp of winning the first ever domestic treble in the men's game with only Watford standing in their way in the FA Cup final.
When asked about the prospect of doing so, he quickly interrupted to let the record reflect it has been done before in English football, pointing to the fact Arsenal Women Football Club have already accomplished the domestic treble four times.
"Mens. The first time in men’s football. The women have done it."
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He went on to add that he was hopeful they could celebrate three trophies this weekend "with the people here in Manchester."
The game in Wembley has returned to its season-ending fixture and thus marks a chance for City to cement their legacy on the final day. Kick-off is at 5.00pm.