Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and his team may have focused on the Premier League affair in the early afternoon, but now they are focusing on The Masters 2019 as well as title rivals Liverpool.
Guardiola says that it has announced that the team will be watching the goal of Augusta National.
While some of his players will obviously have a keen eye on Liverpool as the Reds return to the top of the Premier League against Chelsea, Guardiola summarizes the relaxed nature of the team and declares that they will focus on the Masters.
Francesco Molinari heads the Masters this year, but legendary golfer Tiger Woods is also on the hunt.
"I'll be on the bus or plane, playing Tiger Woods and Francesco Molinari, we'll see the Masters and maybe the Liverpool game, hopefully Chelsea will do a good job," Guardiola told BBC Sport.
This reaction is perhaps best summed up by how relaxed Guardiola and City are in the title race after having once again come through pressure on Sunday when they defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 in the capital.
And who can blame Guardiola for wanting to prepare for the champions? Today's goal could be as close as the title race.