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Pep Guardiola asked for a selfie during his press conference, it was so awkward

Pep Guardiola asked for a selfie during his press conference, it was so awkward

Manchester City manager Guardiola was very confused.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was stunned after being asked for a selfie by a reporter during his pre-match press conference.

City are currently in Denmark ahead of their Champions League Group G clash with Copenhagen, with Guardiola speaking to the media on Monday.

A reporter approached Guardiola after arriving for the press conference and initially put his phone down on the desk.

The masked individual then picked his phone up again and gestured towards Guardiola, who was initially confused.

"Sorry?" he asked the man, who repeated what he wanted. The 51-year-old then agreed to take a picture, but it was a struggle to find the camera button.

Fans on social media have reacted to the incident, all agreeing it looked awkward.

One person commented: "Saw his chance and took it."

Another said: "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. So awkward though."

Someone put: "Pep as class as ever but I wouldn't do this."

While another tweeted: "You are about to witness the most awkward 24 seconds of your life."

City sit top of their group after winning all three games so far. Last Wednesday, they dismantled Copenhagen 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium, with Erling Haaland registering two goals.

The 22-year-old is on an incredible goalscoring run, notching in Saturday's 4-0 win over Southampton in the Premier League.

Games are coming thick and fast this autumn and a winter World Cup is on the horizon.

Erling Haaland has been in sensational form since arriving from Borussia Dortmund last summer. (Image

When asked if Haaland would be rested with a trip to Liverpool coming on Sunday, Guardiola replied: "No. National trainers will decided what to do, so I will not think about that.

"Tomorrow we will do the same. We have to speak with the players. It's true there is a risk for fatigue. It must involve everyone."

He continued: "We are not going to underestimate them [Copenhagen] with the nature of the players they have. It will be no exception. If it does not go well, it will not be because we do not play well it will be because Copenhagen plays well. We want to get into the last 16 and that is what we will try to do."

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Pep Guardiola, Manchester City, Champions League