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Pep Guardiola sends three-word message in response to disallowed goal questioning against Liverpool

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Pep Guardiola sends three-word message in response to disallowed goal questioning against Liverpool

Having been seen exchanging pleasantries with goal scorer Mo Salah, Pep Guardiola seems to have put his earlier outburst behind him after Liverpool’s 1-0 league victory against Manchester City.

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Pep Guardiola comment of ‘this is Anfield’ when responding to questions over Phil Foden’s disallowed opener, as reported in a tweet by the Echo’s Ian Doyle.

Pep Guardiola sends three-word message in response to disallowed goal questioning against Liverpool 2 Sportelo

Mohamed Salah (photo by Getty images)

 

The Reds replied by fending off numerous assaults from the visitors in their most tenacious performance of the year before scoring their own goal with the aid of a fantastic Alisson Becker pass.

Given the situation we were in coming into the match a full 13 points behind the champs it’s a moment that won’t be easily forgotten.

Although there is no denying that Anfield is a potent force when it is active, the idea that Anthony Taylor’s choices were in any way affected by it is absurd.

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Erling Haaland fouled Fabinho in the buildup, as shown in footage from the game, and we’d definitely encourage the former head coach of Bayern Munich to examine the footage carefully before assigning blame.

In other news, (VIDEO) Mo Salah dribbles past Ederson to give Liverpool the lead against Man City

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