Premier League The technician complained ostensibly about two unmarked Alexander-Arnold penalties.
A penalty not whipped by Alexander-Arnold in the 83 '- not after the goal of Bernardo Silva – caused that Guardiola will explode against the arbitration of Michael Oliver.
The Spanish coach immediately went for the line judge and the fourth referee. Guardiola, out of s, I repeated loudly and with ostensible gestures up to four times: 'Twice' (Second).
It refers to what was the second penalty not stung by Michael Oliver and that video arbitration also does not grant the City. And, just before Liverpool's 1-0, another possible penalty hand is claimed by Alexander-Arnold.
A '2' that a furious Guardiola also repeated to the Anfield stand.
Finished the game, Pep began to greet his players and rival players and left for the end the 'big plate': Michael Oliver. The City technician shook hands with the referees and their assistants while shaking his hands hard and repeating again and again, with clear irony: 'Thank you, so much' (Thank you very much).
After the game, Guardiola avoided commenting on the arbitration: "Ask the referees about the political moves, not m. Ask the referees and the people of the VAR. I would like to talk about the game we did, which was very good. We must be proud of the meeting we had before the strongest team in Europe. "