Pep Guardiola was not a happy bunny during Man City vs Liverpool today, after his side were denied a penalty after the ball hit Alexander-Arnold’s hand in the box.
With the scoreline sat at 3-1, the away side called for a penalty after a pass from Sterling struck the hand of Alexander-Arnold, with referee Michael Oliver having none of it.
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Following this decision not to award a spot-kick, Guardiola, and his coaching staff, were sent into uproar, with the Spaniard then taking out his anger at the fourth official, holding up two fingers to indicate how many penalties he feels City should’ve had during the match.
Lots of controversy in today’s game, we have to say…
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