WATCH: The Brilliant Moment Pep Guardiola Gave Instructions To Ball Boy
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City secured another emphatic victory over a Premier League side on Saturday afternoon, smashing five past the helpless Crystal Palace.
To be honest, it was difficult first 45 for Pep's men, but the second half rout certainly changed his mood come full-time. It was then to be a routine afternoon for the Citizens.
Goals from Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane, Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph sent City to the top of the league on goal difference.
There was a rather bizarre moment during the game, though, that sent the internet into a frenzy.
It was a rather disappointing first half display from Manchester City and Pep Guardiola was seen to be agitated, kicking his seat in the dugout and pacing up and down the touchline.
Then during the first half, Guardiola appeared to give a ball boy instructions, or as the internet called it - a 'pep' talk.
Guardiola getting a ball boy to pass on tactical instructions to Kyle Walker. pic.twitter.com/xaEfNHmQNY- Ball Street (@BallStreet) September 23, 2017
According to a report from The Telegraph, Guardiola told the ball boy to 'get the ball back into play more quickly.'
During the game, however, the internet had their own ideas:
Guardiola giving that all important team talk...- WeLoveBetting :computer: :iphone: (@WeLoveBettingUK) September 23, 2017
To a ball boy. :joy: pic.twitter.com/XOcTuaXbhj
United fans laughing at Guardiola giving a team talk to the ball boy. Fergie did it for years so pipe down!:joy:- Aaron:notes: (@ajfletch95) September 23, 2017
Guardiola giving a pep talk to the ball boy. No pun intended... pic.twitter.com/2QrgpknTwr- BenchWarmers :soccer: (@BeWarmers) September 23, 2017
Guardiola now doling out instructions to the nearest ball boy.- Jeremy Cross (@CrossyDailyStar) September 23, 2017
wtf... thohght that ball boy guardiola was talking to was a city sub, hahahaha.- Chicago LFC OLSC (@ChicagoLFC) September 23, 2017
Can Manchester City win the league this season after a brilliant opening six games?
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