Despite Manchester City’s legendary performance against Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals and the great result it achieved, coach Pep Guardiola was not completely satisfied and was looking for the ideal.
The “Citizens” finished the first half by leading with two clean goals, and the second half began with absolute control, and all of this did not intercede for the City players when Guardiola, who entered into a heated argument with Belgian Kevin De Bruyne during the course of the match.
The footage, which spread like wildfire on communication sites, showed an angry Guardiola shouting at De Bruyne, asking him to pass the ball quickly.
De Bruyne was launching an attack on the Real Madrid goal, but he exaggerated keeping the ball to be cut off by Brazilian Militao, Real Madrid defender. He responds to his player.
After City scored a third goal with friendly fire and a pass from De Bruyne himself, and the result was settled, Guardiola took out De Bruyne and they hugged each other, indicating that things had calmed down between the two men.
In another video clip, Guardiola appears addressing former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand and football analyst on BT Sport, saying, “I told you.”
Ferdinand explained Guardiola’s intent, saying, “Pep sent me a message telling me, trust me, we will beat Real Madrid again, because we did it two years ago.”
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