Norwich City produced a magnificent all-round display to inflict Manchester City's first Premier League defeat since January at an ecstatic Carrow Road.
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke, speaking to BBC Sport: "Of course it is a special day for us and for the club, against one of the best teams in the world and when we have so many injuries.
"We had to be special in our plan for City because they are the best team in the world but we had setbacks too with our injuries. We deserve the win, we were exceptional.
"[Ibrahim] Amadou was beautiful today, playing in an unusual position, and a debut for Alex Tettey and Sam Byram too. I can't praise the lads enough. We had so many things to overcome.
"Teemu [Pukki] was brilliant, not only because of his goals but for his work rate too. Teemu always thinks about the team first, which is why he deserves all of the praise."
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola on BBC Sport: "Congrats to Norwich. The first goal was from a set-piece and the second on the counter, so credit to them. It is what it is. We have to learn from this and carry on.
"Our passing was not bad. We created chances but we could not score them. They are a really good team with good players with quality, we saw that in the Championship last year. They were clinical today.
"We did not have the urgency in the final third we normally have. In football you can't always avoid mistakes. I don't know how many shots we had or how many they had, but football is about goals and about what you do in the boxes."