The Spain global has been at City since July 2010 and has since amassed 346 appearances across all competitions, scoring 61 goals and providing a staggering 115 assists.
"I'm happy with Phil Foden because he played an outstanding game today".
"It's only a game we played and a lot of good moments which we can use and a lot of bad moments we can work on".
"English people love that type of football - those type of games".
"I'm so proud and happy to be manager of these guys for that reason".
Despite their bright start, City were behind in the 15th minute, Rafinha's cross from the right picked out Shabani, who had the simplest of headers from close range to give Bayern the lead.
City became the first ever team in the Premier League to win with 100 points as well as securing the biggest title-winning margin (19 points) by scoring the most goals (106), most wins (32), most consecutive wins (18) and best goal difference (+79).
Riyad Mahrez is a doubt for Manchester City's Community Shield clash with Chelsea next weekend after arriving in England on crutches and wearing a protective boot.
German worldwide Leroy Sane was on target for Manchester City with a classic run from the youngster catching the Red's defence off guard as he powered in a thunderous low strike.
"It depends on him", he told the club's official website. "We can not only go for a 1-0 here, 1-0 there - I know if you win silverware in the end then people are probably happy, but the whole year was still rubbish".
"We don't think about that, we just try to make the best of it".
But the Spaniard spoke highly of his young squad's performance against his former club.
However, following Salah's fantastic equaliser, the Anfield side went ahead to win with a 90th minute spot kick from Senegal striker Sadio Mane. Our personality was incredible.
Bayern Munich: Ulreich (5), Rafinha (7), Alaba (6), Meier (6), Richards (6), Robben (8), Ribery (7), Coman (7), Renato Sanches (6), Will (6), Wagner (7).