Gary Neville has claimed that Pep Guardiola was ‘going mad’ after James Milner wasn’t given a second yellow card throughout Liverpool’s 2-2 draw in opposition to Manchester Metropolis, as he told Super Sunday on Sky Sports.
Within the second half, Milner clearly fouled Bernardo Silva by hanging out his leg when the Man Metropolis winger tried to ghost previous him.
The on-field referee acknowledged that Milner fouled Silva, therefore why he gave the free-kick, however he stored his playing cards in his pockets as a result of it’s not Christmas but.
On the touchline, Guardiola began ranting and raving by questioning why a card wasn’t issued.
The £288k-a-week Man Metropolis boss (Goal) was making his emotions clear in the direction of the fourth official, who was Mike Dean, however he wasn’t having any of it.
Nonetheless, Neville was reacting from the commentary field to Guardiola’s actions when Milner dedicated his foul.
“He’s going mad,” stated Neville. “Nonetheless going mad. I feel he has acquired a degree. In fact they’re (going to get James Milner off).
“He’s gone, Pep Guardiola. He has gone. Completely gone. The coat is coming off. It’s heated, in additional methods than one.”
It was a troublesome afternoon for Milner at right-back, within the absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold, with Phil Foden inflicting him all kinds of issues.
However that maybe reveals the distinction between Man Metropolis’s squad and Liverpool’s.
Pound for pound, Jurgen Klopp’s XI can match many on the earth, however they don’t have the depth that Guardiola has to select from.
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