Manchester city boss Pep Guardiola is unconvinced by Manchester United's massive win slamming Video Assistant Referee( VAR) for awarding the Old Trafford heavyweights a non-existent goal.
Speaking after conceding a defeat at Old Trafford, city's boss has defended his side citing that Manchester United's attacker Marcus Rashford was offside and therefore distracted his players who were blinded by his presence on the ball.
Pep holds that Bruno Fernandes's goal shouldn't have stood since the ball had Rashford's effect before being kicked in the net by Portuguese playmaker Bruno Fernandes.
" Rashford was Offside. He distracted our keeper and defenders", he said via BT sports.
The Etihad based heavyweights are now in the second position of the English premier league table just one point above Manchester United who will be looking forward to continue with their impressive form when they'll meet crystal palace.
Speaking on carabao cup and English premier league title, Pep Guardiola revealed that his side won numerous titles and therefore he's not worried about losing this season's EPL title to rivals Arsenal.
On the other side, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford lauded United's squad indirectly hitting out on Christiano Ronaldo after alleging they're now playing as a whole team and not individual.
Reacting on his goal, Bruno Fernandes firmly believe that his goal was genuine and not offside as claimed.
Meanwhile, do you agree with Pep Guardiola's remarks on United's first goal?
Do you think it should have been cancelled by centre referee?
And who is to be blamed for Manchester city's loss?
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