After his second-string side battled into the English League Cup semifinals on Tuesday with a 4-3 shootout win at Leicester City following a 1-1 draw after extra time, the Spaniard was asked if his team could win four trophies this season.
The only time both sides ended the game all square was in 1999 and a chance for a repeat of this is coming at a price of (9.00).
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe admitted his side were left "heartbroken" by the manner of their midweek League Cup defeat to Chelsea, which denied the club their first appearance in a major semifinal. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
"Man City are top of the Premier League right now, they're a top team".
The Foxes, who had also kept their luminaries on the bench, unleashed Vardy and Mahrez and started to look a match for City.
And that largely comes down to the manager. Put aside whatever it is you feel about Manchester City and just enjoy what they're doing on the pitch.
GK Sergio Romero, 6 - Made some good stops and punches away early on.
Their title-win in 2016 was amazing but why not go for another trophy when they had a home tie against a weakened team they had every chance of beating? Looked shaky at times but couldn't be blamed for either goal.
Sterling has scored in all four Premier League appearances against the Cherries, registering six goals in total.
He said: "I'm glad to be where we are". (AMA/Getty Images) Korey Smith was mobbed after scoring Bristol City's late winner.
"Probably more importantly, we need a bit of luck, which has deserted us I think in the last few games".
MF Daley Blind, 6 - A poor first touch saw him dispossessed and allowed a Bristol break.
By the end, as this fantastic night was won in stoppage time, Johnson flew down the touchline in celebration like, well, Superman.
Ederson's quite frankly ridiculous pass completion rate of 84% this season is a testament to his ability with the ball at his feet.
Vincent Kompany remains a doubt with a muscle problem, while Phil Foden is absent with an ankle injury.
FW Marcus Rashford, 6 - Hit the post with a powerful effort from outside the box. That's a scary prospect, what with the effectiveness with which City have spent their money in recent years. Have your say by leaving a comment below.
FW Anthony Martial, 6 - Delivered a great ball in to Ibrahimovic to set up United's first chance.
Although City's attacking brilliance will always be the main talking point, in many ways it is the immensely talented Ederson who is their most important player.
Mourinho has tended to take this tournament very seriously, getting his hands on the trophy with United last term and former employers Chelsea in 2004/05, 2006/07 and 2014/15.
The Championship side hosted the Red Devils in the League Cup and managed to secure an unlikely 2-1 win at home. Didn't do an awful lot. "It's a good indication for the future".