"I think the game against Spurs will be just as intense as the other day," he said at his press conference.
"I think both teams will attack. We are going to attack it won’t be easy because they are an incredible top team but we will try.
"If you believe it doesn't hurt, you're wrong, but we have to live with that. The players were fantastic. We lost but I was so proud. The performance we did was incredible.
"I don’t want the players to forget, it will take time, we have to compete with that feeling, that’s nice, the emotion was incredible we are lucky to live it.
"The passing few seconds everyone was excited and in one second it was different. It will always remain in our hearts. The game was incredible, it is what it is, I like to see them work hard. Try to play our game."
Liverpool face Cardiff City on Sunday as they look to keep up their own title bid but Guardiola is only focusing on his own team's affairs.
"The title race for us is Tottenham at 12.30pm. What Liverpool do at Cardiff I cannot control."