Pep Guardiola hit out at Liverpool and Manchester United earlier today.
The Manchester City manager was left angered upon the final whistle at Anfield, after his side were held to a 2-2 draw by hosts Liverpool.
Liverpool took the lead twice, courtesy of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
Guardiola was left annoyed by an incident that went ignored in the second half, which saw James Milner avoid a red card.
Just minutes before Mo Salah put Liverpool in front – to make it 2-1 – Milner fouled Bernardo Silva. It looked like a clear-cut yellow card, yet referee Paul Tierney left him on the pitch.
Guardiola refused to bite his tongue in a post-match interview with Sky Sports.
Speaking to the press after the match, Guardiola took aim at Liverpool and Manchester United.
“It’s a second yellow card,” he said, as quoted by HITC. “It’s a second yellow card. It’s too clear, but it’s Anfield, it’s Old Trafford. In this situation, the Manchester City player would’ve been sent off.”
🗣"It's a yellow card. It's Anfield, it's Old Trafford. If this was a City player it's a red card."
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was not happy with James Milner failing to get sent off for Liverpool. pic.twitter.com/VKACEcJXKb
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) October 3, 2021
Has Guardiola even watched United this season? We have had countless decisions go against us in games and that is not an attempt to excuse recent results.