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Pep Guardiola absolutely lost the fucking plot at half-time of tonight's FA Cup fifth round tie between Wigan Athletic and Manchester City, following the sending off of Fabian Delph at the close of the first half.
The Manchester City boss reacted in a manner similar to a bloke who, while eight pints deep, has his ninth knocked down the front of his new shirt.
Delph was given his marching orders for a challenge on Wigan's Max Power, with a lot of controversy stemming from the referee initially pulling out a yellow card before changing his mind and brandishing a red, instead.
Wigan manager Paul Cook on what kind of wine he'll share with Pep Guardiola tonight.- Coral (@Coral) February 19, 2018
"Post-match wine? He'll get a can of Skol like everyone else" pic.twitter.com/tgYT6MXJQ8
Needless to say, Guardiola went absolutely fucking spare, having to be separated from Latics manager Paul Cook at half-time as he ranted at anyone who would listen and, presumably, cost himself a full-time can of Skol with Cook. Wounded.
Pep Guardiola and Paul Cook arguing in the tunnel and Pep charging at the referee before the camera cuts away pic.twitter.com/Rr9eZbc3A9- BeanymanSports (@BeanymanSports) February 19, 2018
Paul Cook and Pep Guardiola at each others' throats in the tunnel. Proper football, this.- COPA90 (@COPA90) February 19, 2018
Guardiola and Cook about to kick lumps out of each other in the tunnel yet BBC cut away so we can hear what Shearer and Lescott have to say. Madness. #WIGMCI- Sheldan Keay (@SheldanKeay) February 19, 2018
FUCKING NUT HIM PAUL- GeorgeWeahsCousin (@WeahsCousin) February 19, 2018
Offering Pep, Ederson and then their entire back room staff out in the tunnel. My hero, my mate. pic.twitter.com/QEYkYPnzAs- GeorgeWeahsCousin (@WeahsCousin) February 19, 2018
Pep Guardiola: Heated arguement with player & pitch side celebrations vs Southampton in December, shoves referee in tunnel during half time of game against Wigan, likely to be overlooked by the FA.- LJ:tm: (@RealTalkUnited) February 19, 2018
Meanwhile on the other side of Manchester: pic.twitter.com/X46iLNilgy
Hasn't Guardiola campaigned all season for refs to protect players, emphasising he means all players not just his?- Jonathan Overend (@jsoverend) February 19, 2018
At the time of writing, City's one man disadvantage hasn't seemed to make much of a difference, with the scoreline remaining 0-0, although the negative reactions towards Guardiola's actions have continued to pile up on social media.
Should the City manager receive punishment from the FA for his actions?
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