Pep Guardiola pushes camera away after being caught in furious argument with Erling Haaland
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Pep Guardiola was spotted screaming at Erling Haaland at half-time despite scoring two goals for Manchester City.
City are currently leading Burnley 2-0 courtesy of two strikes from Haaland, but his manager was still not happy with the centre-forward at half-time.
Guardiola could be seen marching towards the Norwegian, shouting in his face as they left the field.
Upon seeing that the cameras were on him, he pushed them away, only to reignite his feud with Haaland, who stayed calm in the circumstance.
You can watch the furious row below.
Pep Guardiola having words with Erling Haaland at the end of the first half 👀 pic.twitter.com/ML8nUeyh8I— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 11, 2023
Guardiola is well renowned for his passion on the touchline and close attention to detail. While his man-management is considered genius by some, others may have seen the Spaniard's public outburst unnecessary.
Only time will tell what their fiery discussion was all about, but for the time being, Haaland remains City's game changer with less than half an hour to play.
Supporters were quick to react to the strange moment, replying to the video on Twitter.
One fan wrote: "This man can never be happy".
"What else does he want?" another exclaimed.
Pep wants some attention..." a third added.
And after just three minutes, City were ahead as last season’s Golden Boot winner Haaland tapped home Rodri's header back across goal.
With 10 minutes to go until half-time, Haaland was at the double as he curled the ball in off the crossbar with an insinctive finish to make it 2-0.
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