Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and his team may have focused on the affairs of the Premier League earlier this afternoon, but they are now as focused on the 2019 Masters as the rival of the title.
That's what Guardiola said, which revealed that the team would watch the finish at Augusta National.
While some of his players will obviously have a keen eye on Liverpool as the Reds are fighting to return to the top of the Premier League by defeating Chelsea, Guardiola summed up the team's relaxed nature by declaring that they would also be focused on the Masters.
Francesco Molinari is leading the way at the Masters this year, but legendary golfer Tiger Woods is also on the hunt.
"I'll be on the bus or on the plane, Tiger Woods and Francesco Molinari are playing, we're going to watch the Masters and perhaps the Liverpool match, let's hope that Chelsea does a good job," Guardiola told BBC Sport. .
This reaction sums up perhaps better how Guardiola and City are relaxed against the title race after surviving the pressure Sunday beating Crystal Palace 3-1 in the capital.
And who can blame Guardiola for agreeing with the Masters anyway? The arrival of today could be as close as the race to the title itself.