Do you believe the target was a quadrocopter? ‘We are more than happy with three,’ Guardiola told Sky Sports, as reported by Goal. We played an unbelievable game. They added to it after the break and were more aggressive. They scored a goal. Last season we went out against Southampton and didn’t get into the game and today we did. Congratulations to Newcastle, the former Barcelona boss added after Manchester City’s defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup.
Pep Guardiola made seven changes to Manchester City’s lineup coming into the Premier League match against Nottingham Forest. Guardiola even decided to leave goal machine Erling Haaland on the bench. Despite dominating the first half, Manchester City failed to open the scoring. Newcastle United striker Alexander Isak scored the only goal of the match in the 53rd minute. In the second half, Guardiola introduced midfielders Matheus Nunes, Jeremy Dock and Phil Foden, but the reigning Champions League winners were unable to make an impact.of the Carabao Cup. Guardiola opted to give midfielder Calvin Phillips a rare start, but the Englishman failed to make full use of the opportunity he was given.
After Alexander Isak’s strike, Pep Guardiola lost his cool and was even seen arguing with fourth official Chris Kavanagh. Guardiola received a yellow card for his remarks. After the Carabao Cup, Guardiola was again seen arguing with Kavanagh. It was reported that the reason for Guardiola’s anger was Newcastle United’s lack of penalties.
Speaking about his yellow card, Guardiola was reported by the Daily Mail to have said: ‘I don’t know how many fouls they had, how many we had and how many yellow cards. But it is what it is, sometimes emotions make themselves known. I respect the referees and their work. A well-deserved yellow card.
In the Premier League, Manchester City began their title defense on a promising note. With six matches played, they have managed to remain unbeaten in the domestic league. ЗAnimating the top spot in the Premier League points table, Manchester City conceded just three goals. Manchester City will face Wolves in their next match on Saturday, September 30.