Pep Guardiola fully loses his head at Ederson after Kevin De Bruyne's opener vs Arsenal, fans are seriously confused
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola appeared to fully lose his head and appeared to be fuming at Ederson after Kevin De Bruyne’s stunning opener.
City dealt a major blow to Arsenal’s Premier League title ambitions with a stunning 4-1 thumping of the Gunners at the Etihad on Wednesday.
De Bruyne opened the scoring in stunning fashion with a brilliant low finish past Aaron Ramsdale after a stunning bit of hold-up play by Erling Haaland.
John Stones then doubled the defending Premier League champions’ lead before half-time with a fine header, which was initially ruled out as offside.
De Bruyne completed his brace early in the second half before Rob Holding pulled one back for the Gunners in the 86th minute.
However, City capped off a masterclass performance in injury time after Haaland added his name to the scoresheet, with the Norwegian striker taking his impressive Premier League goalscoring tally to 33.
Following De Bruyne’s opener against Arsenal, footage emerged of Guardiola initially celebrating in front of the City faithful after his side inflicted an early blow on the Gunners.
However, Guardiola randomly went from emphatic to fuming as he could be spotted shouting at Ederson and launching a verbal tirade towards him.
Fans were left in stitches at Guardiola’s immediate confrontation of Ederson, with one fan saying the City boss enjoys being “dramatic for nothing.”
As soon as Man City took the lead Pep Guardiola started having a go at Ederson 😂😤 pic.twitter.com/lOqjCH9k9g— SuperSport Football ⚽️ (@SSFootball) April 26, 2023
“Pep’s passion is unmatched. The way Ederson isn’t even phased by it,” one fan said in response to the clip.
Another simply wrote: “Sometimes Pep is dramatic for nothing.”
“And his players hate and love him at the very same time,” a third Twitter user posted.
Someone else commented: “Pep is such a character!”
While a fifth tweeted: “The expectations are sky high.”
And a sixth added: “I wonder what he says to them. I really wish I play for his team.”