The premier league leaders missed their two penalties against Everton to the Etihad Stadium, but the manager is not anxious and he is looking forward to Barcelona clash.

The flagrant Pep Guardiola was dour that he will never change his style of play after his side Manchester City held a draw against Everton at their home soil by1-1.

They Manchester city misses’ two penalties against Everton, the Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku scored the goal for the away side and then the Spaniard Nolito scored the Equalizer goal for them with a flying header.

The Manchester   City is still leading the table with the same points with The Gunners{Arsenal} the remain top of goal difference, the Spaniard is braces himself after watching his players to struggle to interpret domination of possession in chances to face the imminent criticism.

"The team will be judged but never will I change the way I want to play football: it's the only way I have," he said.

"We did everything. We cannot be too disappointed because we have to travel to Barcelona," he added, referring to a crunch Champions League Group C reunion with his former club at Camp Nou on Wednesday.

"I'm not frustrated. I make a compliment to Everton – how they defended. I am sad for the players – they deserved to win the game."

"You can practise penalties but there is no pressure there – penalties in the crucial moments are [real] penalties," he said.