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Liverpool fans fume at Pep Guardiola's disrespectful celebration as he gloats in front of Tsimikas

Liverpool fans fume at Pep Guardiola's disrespectful celebration as he gloats in front of Tsimikas

The Manchester City boss celebrated his side's goal in front of Kostas Tsimikas.

Pep Guardiola celebrated Manchester City's equalising goal in the FACE of Kostas Tsimikas, angering Liverpool fans online.

Julian Alvarez cancelled out Mohamed Salah's opener when he slotted home after Jack Grealish picked him out in the 27th minute.

Erling Haaland, who was ruled out of the game through injury, couldn't contain his excitement as he hilariously lost his head in the stands.

Guardiola also cut a similar reaction as he celebrated on the touchline, with the Blues boss not holding back as he gloated in front of Tsimikas.

While the Spaniard celebrated Alvarez's goal, Tsimikas and Joel Matip left their seat from the bench to warm up.

Guardiola got in the face of the Greek defender, who, to his credit, didn't react, which stunned Rio Ferdinand who said: "I don't know how Tsimikas hasn't pushed him out of the way there!"

Needless to say, the exchange between Guardiola and Tsimikas sent social media wild.

A Liverpool fan wrote: "I’m annoyed Tsimikas didn’t react, terrible from Pep."

A second tweeted: "He’s lucky it wasn’t in front of Nunez."

A third added: "Would have been worth the suspension..."

A fourth said: "Uproar if that’s Klopp or even Arteta to be honest."

Another commented: "Can’t see how people find this funny, if Klopp or Arteta did this there would be uproar."

Man City then dominated the second-half, scoring three goals without reply.

Kevin De Bruyne put his side in the lead just after the break, with Ilkay Gundogan making it 3-1. Jack Grealish added a fourth after exposing Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Man City are five points adrift of Arsenal, who resume their league campaign against Leeds United.

But did Guardiola go too far with his celebration? Let us know what you think.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Pep Guardiola, Liverpool, Manchester City, Football