The Catalan was in no mood to talk about the refereeing decisions which went against his side at Anfield, but he was full of praise for his players
A spiky Pep Guardiola refused to talk about the refereeing decisions which had him careering along the touchline in rage during Manchester City’s 3-1 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday – but said he was proud of an “incredible” performance.
Guardiola was left fuming as City were denied two penalties for hand-ball shouts against Trent Alexander-Arnold, with the first leading to Fabinho’s superb opening goal.
The City boss was seen firmly shaking ...
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