In a much tighter title race this season, with City just behind Liverpool, the Eagles' 3-2 win at the Etihad in December could yet be the game that costs Guardiola's men.
Moreover, City's 1-0 defeat in the first leg in north London, means they are in danger of again missing out on the trophy that the club's Abu Dhabi owners most desire after billions of pounds worth of investment.
'We don't care about who can win the title, we'll go there and try to win the game, ' Hazard told the BBC (via Metro).
"I know how hard the Champions League is away against Tottenham and we made a good performance". They have some of the best players in the world.
"But this City side have got so many options, I'm sure Kevin De Bruyne will come back in, maybe [Leroy] Sane will start as well as they're fresh from not playing midweek". I have the feeling we are nervous in important Champions League games.
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Perez wasted a good chance to double Newcastle's lead early in the second half when he volleyed wide from Rondon's cross. That's what happened in my second season here, we were relegated with a great team.
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We had a good result in the first leg and we have everything in our hands. "Because I think he feels a lot for Arsenal as a club". Our objective now is to continue being competitive like we are here, away with our game play for the next matches".
City began the second half in the same dominant way, De Bruyne narrowly failing to play Sergio Aguero through and Guaita gathering well when a De Bruyne cross deflected off Martin Kelly.
The title remains in City's hands, trailing Liverpool by two points but with a game in hand.
Ilkay Gundogan criticised a heavily questioned Manchester City display against Tottenham but Pep Guardiola offered a bullish defence.
It looked like a stroll for City until Luka Milivojevic converted with a low free-kick from the edge of the box in the 81st minute. "When we conceded a goal, nothing happened".
"We have been incredible for the past 20 months", Guardiola said.
Bernardo Silva and Oleksander Zinchenko both missed the game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with minor injuries but both are in contention to face Palace.