Guardiola was due to be out of contract at the end of this season and it had been suggested the Spaniard might be ready to leave Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer vows he won't 'fall like house of cards' as pressure mounts at Manchester United
Under pressure after a spate of bad results, Solskjaer said: "If I don't trust my beliefs and values and my staff's quality and the players' quality, who else should?"
In June, Rashford successfully lobbied the government to extend free school meals through the summer. But on Wednesday, a motion backed by him to extend it again was rejected largely along party lines.
A record sixth-wicket stand of 212 runs between Alex Carey (106) and Maxwell (108) helped Australia to a 2-1 success as England suffered their first home ODI series defeat in five years.
The ICC added that the front foot no-ball technology will be assessed before any decisions are taken regarding its use in future games.
England vs Pakistan: Misbah-ul-Haq hasn't ruled out playing two spinners in first Test at Manchester
Misbah also felt that the top order of both teams would play a decisive role in the series as the bowling of both teams was top class.
England vs West Indies: We are going to consider rotating Ben Stokes, says hosts' coach Chris Silverwood
Stokes had pulled himself out of the attack midway through his 15th over in West Indies' second innings but later insisted that there was "absolutely nothing to worry about".
England vs West Indies: Hosts must look after Jofra Archer during his isolation period, says Michael Vaughan
Archer was axed from the ongoing second Test against the West Indies after he breached the team's bio-secure protocol by going home to Brighton post the series opener.
Skipper Joe Root had earlier this week hinted that the days of Anderson and Broad playing as a pair may be over.
England vs West Indies: Joe Root says it would be 'stupid' to write off James Anderson and Stuart Broad
Root hinted that the two seamers would be rotated in the future to lessen their respective workloads.
England vs West Indies: Windies batsman Nkrumah Bonner says key to success in England is to play the ball late
The middle-order batsman from Jamaica was speaking on Monday after the opening day of the four-day warm-up match was abandoned due to wet weather.
Three killed, three seriously injured after man goes on stabbing spree in England’s Reading town; not treating incident as terrorism, say cops
Three people were killed and another three seriously injured when a man went on a stabbing spree in a park in the southern English town of Reading
England vs West Indies: Windies cricketers depart for Test series, to be quarantined and tested for COVID-19 after arrival in UK
The West Indies cricket team departed from Antigua on Monday for a three-test tour of England with the entire touring party based in the Caribbean having returned negative tests to COVID-19.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lancashire Cricket Club plans to bring fans back to Old Trafford through proper social distancing
Lancashire Cricket Club chief executive Daniel Gidney believes social distancing can be applied in their 26,000-seat ground to allow in at least 2,000 fans
Premier League: Marcus Rashford, Manchester United's worthy No 10, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's masterclass and other talking points from derby
With last night’s results, Manchester United find themselves in fifth position, five points away from Champions League qualification spots; City stay third on 32 points with fourth-placed Chelsea dangerously close to usurping them.
Four injured in stabbing at Manchester shopping mall; suspect in custody of counter-terror police, inquiry on
A suspected stabbing attack at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, on Friday has left at least four people requiring treatment.
The EU is 'unconvinced' by Britain's new Brexit proposals but has not immediately dismissed them, with officials and diplomats saying Thursday there were positive points alongside the many problematic ones
Boris Johnson expected to unveil new Brexit plan at Conservative party conference in Machester today
Boris Johnson will unveil his plan for a new Brexit deal at his Conservative party conference Wednesday, warning the EU it is that or Britain leaves with no agreement this month
‘I’m going to get on and do it’: Boris Johnson insists that only Conservative govt can deliver Brexit on 31 Oct
Johnson and his ministers again declined to explain how he plans to circumvent that law and deliver on his Brexit promise
Boris Johnson rallies party for Brexit: Despite defeat in SC, UK PM vows to take Britain out of EU 'with or without a deal' by 31 Oct
Despite parliamentary setbacks, defeat in Supreme Court, Johnson insists he will take Britain out of EU, with or without a deal, on 31 October