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Pep Guardiola given parking ticket before being asked for photo in hilarious clip

Ryan Smart

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Pep Guardiola given parking ticket before being asked for photo in hilarious clip

A video has shown Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola being given a parking ticket on Monday - before he was asked for a picture by the traffic warden.

Guardiola's City side defeated Newcastle 1-0 on Saturday, with Julian Alvarez scoring the only goal in his first Premier League start of the season.

In a video dated as Monday, the Spanish boss was involved in a slightly comical moment when returning to his car.

The clip shows Guardiola being approached by a traffic warden as he attempts to enter a car which appears to be parked on double yellow lines.


The Spaniard is then asked for a picture by the warden, before hilariously replying: "You want a picture? You have to pay. For the picture."

The warden and those stood around Guardiola then start laughing, before the City boss walks over to the front of the car and removes the ticket before getting ready to drive away.

You can watch the clip below.



On the pitch, it wasn't a comfortable ride for City against Newcastle on Saturday, with the Magpies growing into the game as the second half progressed.

And Guardiola was even spotted having an altercation with a fan who questioned him for his lack of substitutions. The Spaniard has elected not to make changes in both of City's Premier League games so far this season.

But it is two wins out of two for the reigning treble winners, who sit second in the table behind Brighton by virtue of goal difference.

Speaking after the game, in which City set a record for 17 consecutive home wins, Guardiola admitted: "It's the second game of the season but it proves why we won a lot.


"The mindset and mentality of this group of players is amazing every time and surprises me every time.

"Against that team and in the conditions that we arrive, with a lot of injuries and no rest, how they run and the commitment for everyone, it was absolutely amazing.

"We played really good and deserved to win. We could have scored more goals."

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Pep Guardiola, Manchester City, Premier League

Ryan Smart
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