What did Guardiola say after Man City's overwhelming victory against Huddersfield?

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Spanish manager Pep Guardiola, the head coach of Manchester City, commented on his team's victory against Huddersfield Town with a 5-0 score in the English FA Cup on Sunday, marking the return of Belgian player Kevin De Bruyne to the squad.

Guardiola stated in post-match interviews, "We are extremely happy to have De Bruyne back because he helps us win matches. It is important to regain a player of his caliber after a long absence due to injury."

He added, "Kevin will assist us with his talent, but I don't want to put too much pressure on him, as it wouldn't be fair under any circumstances."

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The coach continued, "Certainly, he has his unique abilities to do certain things, which is hard to find in all players. We have midfielders who like to run, but Kevin is exceptional and one of a kind. We are thrilled with his return after being absent for more than three months."

Guardiola continued to praise De Bruyne, saying, "He created a fantastic goal for Jeremy Doku today. His return is something that pleases everyone at the club. Currently, he cannot play a full 90 minutes, and our plan is to gradually give him more playing time."