Pep Guardiola (52), Manchester City (Man City) manager, directly explained the mutiny of Kevin De Bruyne (32).

Man City won perfectly 4-0 in the second leg of the 2022-2023 European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) semifinal against Real Madrid on the 18th (Korean time). As a result, Manchester City, who won the first and second games 5-1 on aggregate, faced Inter Milan (Italy) in the long-awaited final.

Man City came close to the treble with this victory. This is because they are leading the English Premier League (EPL) and have an advantage in winning the league, as well as ahead of the FA Cup final against Manchester United on June 3.

For Guardiola,메이저사이트 it is a treble opportunity that has come again in 14 years since his time in Barcelona in the 2008-2009 season. At the time, there were Lionel Messi and Samuel Eto’o, but this time, De Bruyne and Elling Hollan are leading the game.

However, controversy arose when Guardiola and De Bruyne were seen shouting at each other during the game. Guardiola was excited when De Bruyne lost the ball in midfield. However, De Bruyne instead fired at Guardiola, saying, “Shut up.”

The UK’Daily Mail’ released a video of this scene after the game, saying, “The Brawinner, instead of accepting the criticism, lost his cool and reacted violently to his manager. Before the game was over, he raised his arms.” Criticized Winner’s behavior.

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“After exchanging very hostile words with each other, Guardiola went back to the Mantician bench looking down at the floor,” he added, “when we replaced Brawiner in the 84th minute, we congratulated and hugged each other, leaving the previous clash behind.”

Regarding this, some local media claimed that De Bruyne complained to Guardiola. Some fans also criticized Guardiola for disciplining De Bruyne.

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According to British ‘Sky Sports’ on the 20th, Guardiola explained the scene at a press conference ahead of the Premier League match against Chelsea on the 22nd.

“I really like it. When we shout at each other,” Guardiola said. “Sometimes certain games are a bit behind. I like that energy. It’s not the first time it’s happened. De Bruyne at the training ground. You don’t know how much I screamed at me.” He smiled. “This is exactly what we need. After that, he becomes the best

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