"We didn't concede one shot on target, we create enough chances to win, and I think we made an wonderful performance because (it) is against Chelsea, the last champion".
Central midfielder Ilkay Gundogan came away from the Etihad on Sunday night having completed 167 passes against the Blues - five more than the entire Stoke squad managed against Southampton the day before.
"Hazard is not a centre-forward, I don't believe", Wise told Premier League Daily on Sky Sports. "Obviously we are behind him and we are all sticking together".
Redknapp said that Chelsea's limp, toothless performance was a "crime against football" while Gary Neville offered similarly withering words, blasting the champions as "woeful and embarrassing" before stating they were acting like "mannequins".
"But you need rhythm, and to always play seriously". When the manager plays me up front I try to give everything.
Pep Guardiola's men now need just four more wins from their remaining nine games to secure the title.
"I don't know if it will be a good thing, but we will accept it when it comes".
"If they get knocked out of the Champions League then you could see this ending quite quickly for Antonio Conte, who has done a brilliant job at the club".
A fourth defeat in five Premier League games leaves Chelsea's ambitions of Champions League football next season in serious peril.
The teams went in level at the break with City dominating possession and looking the more likely to score. And with Antonio Conte opting for the same tactic that helped them keep Barcelona to a 1-1 draw, the game saw Chelsea star and Real Madrid target Eden Hazard hapless and made a bystander as the game wore on.
"We also had the possibility of breaking a record for gaining points, which was 81 points at that time".
"I think it was wrong in the way they set their stall out and the way they played". "We were better with the ball, but we needed to do that during the whole match".
Gundogan said: "It was a great game from our side - we were dominant and created, especially in the first half when we had very good chances".
"I think that we must have a big regret for the defeats against Bournemouth, Watford and United, but I don't think today because I think we played against a strong team", he said.
"We know we have had an awesome season and we just want to continue that in both competitions, and be successful".