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Pep Guardiola’s Reaction To Sergio Agüero’s Penalty Miss Against Spurs Is Priceless

Pep Guardiola’s Reaction To Sergio Agüero’s Penalty Miss Against Spurs Is Priceless

Pep Guardiola's reaction to Sergio Agüero's penalty miss against Tottenham Hotspur was how every Manchester City fan must have felt at that exact moment.

The reigning Premier League champions were handed a penalty after VAR was called into action, with the ball striking Danny Rose's arm following Raheem Sterling's shot.

The 30-year-old Argentine striker stepped up and Hugo Lloris rose to the occasion to deny him the opener.

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The Manchester City boss was looking at the floor when it was taken, leaving assistant coach Mikel Arteta to break the bad news to him when he nudged him.

His reaction, of course, was simply amazing.

Check it out below.

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Priceless, right?

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Topics: Spurs, Football News, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Danny Rose, Sergio Aguero, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Pep Guardiola, Hugo Lloris, Champions League, Mikel Arteta, Raheem Sterling

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