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“Let him “F**k off,”…Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola speaks out after controversial Referee Decision in 95th Minutes and blew for Foul

Hooper decided to call the play back for a foul on the Norwegian in the middle of the park, even though there was no offside flag displayed and Grealish had a clear opportunity to score at the other end.

‘No, the master of commander Anthony Taylor understands everything in this business and didn’t tell me anything,’ Guardiola said when asked if he had received an explanation for the choice made by beIN Sports.

His remarks, regarding the Arsenal manager’s outburst during his team’s loss to Newcastle last month, were made shortly after he informed Sky Sports that he would not be making a “MIkel Arteta comment.”

When questioned about the incident, Guardiola responded, “Next question, I will not do a MIkel Arteta comment.”

“After stating “play on,” referee whistle, and then after passing whistle, as you analyse the image. This is the action that I find confusing.

A good game is the most important thing. It’s unfortunate that Liverpool’s performance today in every area of the game is so amazing. Make a lot of opportunities, be pushy, and convey a want to be there.

It’s unfortunate, because in life as in football, you sometimes don’t get what you deserve. Congrats to Spurs, and now let’s move forward.

Son Heung-min’s goal gave City a six-minute lead at the Etihad, and three minutes later, the South Korean forward scored in his own goal.

Just after the half-hour mark, Phil Foden gave the home team the lead, but after 69 minutes, Giovani Lo Celso’s curling attempt gave them the lead once more.

Nine minutes from time, Jack Grealish came off the bench to give City a 3-2 lead and appeared to have scored the game’s winning goal. However, a strong header from Dejan Kulusevski made sure that the points were shared.

City now sits three points behind league leaders Arsenal in third place in the standings following their 3-3 draw with Ange Postecoglou’s team.

When they travel Villa Park on Wednesday to play the hot-starting Aston Villa, they will be hoping to get back to winning ways.

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