Twitter Loses Its Mind After Pep Guardiola Loses His Mind During Man Citys Loss to Liverpool

​It's fair to say that Pep Guardiola wasn't particularly pleased after watching his side lose to Liverpool in Sunday's crucial ​Premier League clash. 

In fact, it's more than probable. Anyone watching the game with a pair of working eyes could see the Manchester City boss was furious, feeling that a host of decisions - most prominently an early 'hand-ball' shortly prior to ​Liverpool's first goal that wasn't given by the referee or VAR - went against his side. 

But before we get into the (over)reaction to the decision, let's contextualise it. 

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​​Right, so that's cleared up...sort of. 

It was certainly a contentious decision, and one that has, amazingly, split opinion. But one man who was particularly displeased was the City boss, who had...words...with the referee after the game. He just wanted to praise his performance. Nothing more to it...

After treating himself to a Snickers and calming down a little, the City boss was gracious in defeat, saying that there is a long season ahead, and that he is proud of his players despite the poor result. 

But that wasn't the end of it.

He would then go on to assert that nothing about his interaction with the officials was sarcastic, though it should be noted he struggled to get through that sentence without laughing. 

City now sit in fourth place, having already lost three times by the 12-game mark. 

It's hardly a disastrous start, but one that falls far below the usual standard expected of the champions. 

The match also represented Jürgen Klopp's eighth victory against Pep Guardiola as manager, more than any other boss has amassed against the Spaniard. It has once again sparked the not-at-all tiresome debate over which coach is better.




Source : 90min

Source: 90min