Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his side played aggressively in their 4-0 victory against Watford.
The Pep Guardiola side is slated to face Real Madrid in the Champions League round-of-16 match on August 7.
Guardiola's comments came after they were denied a spot in the final of the FA Cup by Arsenal.
Manchester City has been England's dominant club over the past 10 years, winning four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and five League Cups.
Silva scored a superb free-kick and set up goals for Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester suffered a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea in their previous clash but made a stunning comeback on Sunday to register a win over Newcastle.
Liverpool's first English league title in 30 years was secured two days ago as second-placed City lost 2-1 at Chelsea.
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In 2016, it was a late goal by Eden Hazard that gave Chelsea a draw against Tottenham that secured Leicester the most improbable title triumph in English soccer history.
Players and coaches from all four sides in action took a knee prior to kick off to show their support for the Black Lives Matter campaign.
According to reports, the team manager was expected to announce he is staying at a press conference on Tuesday, the eve of their re-arranged Premier League match with West Ham.
Guardiola has managed to win five domestic trophies since taking charge at Etihad Stadium in 2016 including two Premier League titles, but a Champions League win has evaded the coach.
Pep Guardiola joined Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp in ridiculing the idea of expanding the Champions League from 2024 onwards.
City's draw means Liverpool can extend its lead to an almost insurmountable 16 points by beating Manchester United on Sunday.
United have shown their ability to win at the Etihad already this season as they tore City apart on the counter-attack to shock the Premier League champions on home soil just a month ago.
City have the Manchester derby on Saturday but Guardiola is focused on Tuesday's away trip to Burnley beforehand.