Pep Guardiola's men paid a short visit to Amex stadium to face Brighton in the fascinating English top flight clash. The hosts left a significant mark in the Premier League after defeating Manchester City for the first time in their history.
City took the early lead courtesy of Ilkay Gundagon in the 2nd minute. Unfortunately, Joao Cancelo was sent off 11 minutes later causing a big gap in the defence. The visitors suffered a 3-2 defeat at the final whistle.
Guardiola seemed to be angry after the lose at the end of the game evident from his reaction when Brighton's manager, Graham Potter went ahead to shake his hand. The two tacticians were involved in a heated argument especially from the Cityzen's manager.
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Fans took it to social media to express their thoughts on Guardiola's reaction.
[email protected] ; Pep Guardiola expected a win. He was furious of the VAR decisions which did not favour his side.
Newtonpeter#75 ; He is a champion, he is not used to loosing, but that was not a good gesture from Pep Guardiola.
Mikerampy254 ; At this stage of the season, loosing EPL matches is most often. Pep has won the title. That reaction is not necessary.
In your opinion, do you think Pep Guardiola should have reacted that way to Graham Potter?
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