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Pep Guardiola’s cheeky response after a touchline row with Ole Gunnar.

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola brushed off a question about the heated touchline row that arose when Manchester United were preparing to introduce Mason Greenwood into the pitch. Pep Pep Guardiola’s cheeky response caught attention as he instead insisted that all was fine by claiming that everything was resolved between him United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pep Guardiola and Ole Gunnar were seen having a heated debate on the touchline, as United prepared to introduce Mason Greenwood after Marcus Rashford was injured.

An argument ensued when Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson kicked the ball out of play tactically to allow Mason Greenwood to come on, but instead, Manchester City took a quick throw-in and kept the ball playing before the teenager was ready to enter the field which prompted an argument between the two bosses.

When Manchester City boss was asked about the exchange in his post-match Sky Sports interview, he quickly shut down the question by saying: “No problem, no problem, it’s solved.”


The two managers had their arms around each other but also were seen trying to express their respective points, before fist-bumping as the teams continued the play.

City’s 28 unbeaten runs came to an end after they were beaten 2-0, thanks to Bruno Fernandes earlier penalty and Luke Shaw goal that condemned the host to a first home defeat since they lost to Tottenham by the same scoreline back in November.

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