Pep Guardiola says cash had been thrown at him throughout Manchester Metropolis’s 1-0 defeat at Liverpool within the Premier League on Sunday.
The Metropolis supervisor remonstrated angrily with a piece of the Anfield crowd after Phil Foden noticed a purpose dominated out when VAR invited referee Anthony Taylor to assessment the pitchside monitor.
Guardiola repeatedly gesticulated at followers within the instant aftermath and later mentioned cash had been thrown in his path.
“Subsequent time they are going to do it higher,” he mentioned within the post-match information convention. “They didn’t get me. They fight it once more subsequent 12 months.
“All these cash, they tried, however didn’t get it. They acquired the coach years in the past.”
Guardiola was referring to an incident when Liverpool followers attacked Metropolis’s workforce bus forward of a Champions League match in 2018.
Requested if he had enticed a response from the house supporters, Guardiola mentioned: “They shout, we shout extra.”
And he was clearly nonetheless angered by Foden’s purpose being disallowed after Taylor noticed a foul on Fabinho within the build-up.
“That is Anfield,” he mentioned.
Mo Salah’s 76th-minute purpose proved the decisive second on a dramatic day when Jurgen Klopp was proven a purple card for angrily charging out of his technical space.
Defeat for Metropolis leaves Guardiola’s workforce 4 factors behind chief Arsenal, which received 1-0 at Leeds earlier Sunday.