Pep Guardiola’s words to the Man City players in the dressing room in response to Liverpool’s “unbelievable” claim

That may have been the final match Pep Guardiola ever played against Jürgen Klopp. Following a 1-1 draw that left the title race wide open, the Man City manager was full of praise for Liverpool.

After yet another intense match between the two teams, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola had nothing but praise for Liverpool. If this is Jürgen Klopp’s final meeting with the Spaniard, then both sides produced some very impressive football, making it a fitting occasion.

In the second half, Liverpool made a stronger comeback and took the lead. However, Jérémy Doku, the player who had fouled Alexis Mac Allister, had struck the post a few minutes earlier, and Allister felt he should have been given a penalty late in the game. With ten games remaining, Arsenal leads the table after a match that could have gone either way.

Guardiola said to the BBC after the game, “We talked a lot at halftime and we tried [to defend perfectly], but sometimes it is not possible.” “They play with such skill and proficiency. It’s not just about character; it’s also about how well-organized they play.

“We think Liverpool is really good. They continue to demonstrate today how incredible what they have accomplished is. I am aware of how challenging it is to come here and prevail because we did so once, back in the Covid era.”

Man City has never had it easy with Anfield’s supporters. This place was no different, with an atmosphere that seemed to lead to a few moments of confusion. In the first forty-five minutes, Rodri and Kyle Walker engaged in a highly visible argument that left Bernardo Silva enraged.

For Liverpool, Luis Díaz in particular had some fantastic moments, and the Colombian striker most likely ought to have scored at least once. Despite being in some excellent positions, he was unable to quite push the ball over the line.

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