Newcastle ‘kicked’ Man City out of the cup, says “sore loser” Guardiola after arguing with the referee

When Newcastle United ‘kicked’ his team out of the Carabao Cup, Pep Guardiola was furious because it ended Manchester City’s chances of winning the quadruple.

Manchester City’s hopes of winning the Carabao Cup four times were dashed when Newcastle United eliminated them.

On Wednesday, Alexander Isak’s goal made the difference, but Pep Guardiola was unimpressed with the Magpies’ style of play. Furthermore, the Catalan manager asserted that Newcastle ‘kicked’ them out of the cup.

Guardiola yelled, “I think Newcastle couldn’t accept our first half dominance, they increased the rhythm and aggression and kicking, and they were there, more aggressive,” after first praising the home players on the 1-0 victory. We had a little trouble, but that’s common.

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“At halftime, I predicted that the second half would not resemble the first. I’m not sure how many fouls they committed compared to how many we did, but we received two yellow cards.

What is, is what is. Guardiola had expressed his displeasure with the fourth official during the game, and for that, he received a yellow card. At the final horn, he confronted Chris Kavanagh and yelled at the referee before walking off in a fury.

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“Pep Guardiola the biggest sore loser in world football, sausage,” yelled one supporter. “Pep Guardiola, aka the cheque book manager, is a big sore loser,” a second retorted.

Pep yells at the officials after getting eliminated from a game where they didn’t do anything wrong. What a strange individual, and I can assure you that there won’t be the same anger if Erik ten Hag did the same,” a third retorted.

Furthermore, someone else said: “Seems like the best manager in the world certainly cared being knocked out of it last night on the back of winning a treble.”

The quarterfinals of the competition are set to take place the same week as the Club World Cup, thus City may look on the bright side of getting knocked out of the cup.

As the current European champions, City will travel to the Middle East in December. If the first team had played in Saudi Arabia, Guardiola might have been compelled to field a team of young players.

 

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