Manchester City stars marked their crucial win over Tottenham on Saturday with a celebratory dinner.
The Citizens suffered a crushing midweek defeat to Spurs in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie on Wednesday, which saw a late Raheem Sterling goal chalked off by VAR.
City though were able to gain some revenge with a 1-0 win at the Etihad and stars Riyad Mahrez, Benjamin Mendy and Sterling were pictured after a celebratory meal.
The trio all looked relaxed as they left the Rosso restaurant in Manchester on Saturday evening.
Mendy and Mahrez both sat out the victory at the Etihad, with the Frenchman rested after starting City’s agonising 4-4 away goals defeat during the week.
Sterling meanwhile continues his phenomenal campaign and played another 90 minutes on Saturday, illustrating how important he is to Pep Guardiola’s side.
Mahrez has struggled to find a place in what is a fiercely competitive starting XI, and Guardiola apologised to the club’s record signing for not selecting more often in February.
Guardiola said: ‘I am sad because he is training incredibly, he is an incredibly talented player but in this moment we have five strikers, for example the last games Leroy (Sane) hasn’t played either.
‘We have incredible players, like for example Bernardo [Silva] and Raz [Sterling] are in top, top form and that is the only reason why, there’s no particular reason, like being upset or something like that.
‘He is a guy we are happy with, but unfortunately I am not kind with him, in the fact I cannot give him the minutes he deserves, so I’m sorry, that’s all I can say.’