Pep Guardiola won't be happy, especially with the goal that should have stood in the first half, but the tie was essentially over after the first leg with Liverpool blitzing their rivals with three goals in the opening half.
Tuesday night's Champions League quarter-final clash between Liverpool and Manchester City was marred to a certain extent following the dismissal of City coach Pep Guardiola at half-time.
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Click through the gallery above to see images of Guardiola being sent to the stands at Etihad Stadium! "I didn't insult him. I really think they are the best team in the world at the moment, but knew we could beat them".
"I said it [Sane's effort] was a goal".
"It's different when [Mo] Salah's goal at Anfield is offside", Guardiola said.
"We will come back stronger next season". They lost Salah and are in the semis. More than a few Liverpool fans likely found their fingernails bitten down to stubs by the time the referee blew the halftime whistle. "We didn't get high enough, didn't get the pressure on them and that's as a team, everyone together, so I thought we did that, we got about them a bit more second half".
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Even if he were standing in an offside position, the ball came to Sané from a rebound off James Milner, after Loris Karius leapt to punch the ball clear, a plan which backfired, only to be saved by the flag.
He added at a news conference: "It's different to go in 1-0 at half-time to 2-0. We knew we had to get the ball better and we defended better in the second half".
Credit where it's due, City's players have been gracious in defeat and now Benjamin Mendy has jumped on the bandwagon by sending a classy tweet to Liverpool.
Liverpool emerged victorious both home and away to progress but the conduct of their fans during the first leg at Artfield resulting in the damage of Manchester City bus among other things was consider unacceptable by UEFA which has vowed to investigate and decide on what to do. "I told the lads to wake up because it was not good enough and I said we were sitting too deep", he said.
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