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Guardiola charged with improper conduct after Liverpool defeat

Guardiola charged with improper conduct after Liverpool defeat

Roberto Firmino then put the finishing touches on the match, and helped register the Reds' third victory over the Premier League leaders this season, as he capitalised on a Kyle Walker error to round out a 2-1 victory.

"It's difficult to take", said Jesus.

Guardiola shouted at the referee as his players made their way into the dressing room at the half-time, before he was ordered to spend the second half watching from the stands.

The Sports outlet quoted Guardiola to have said, "It's a penalty, watch it on the net, it's a goal and it's a penalty, close your mouth, it's a goal and it's a penalty".

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged with improper conduct following during Tuesday's Champions League defeat by Liverpool.

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But European football's governing body appeared to reject that claim on Wednesday when they charged him with using abusive language, and added a second charge for communicating with his bench from the stands, apparently to make the decision to bring striker Sergio Aguero off the bench.

"Then we had a goal disallowed for Sane and that was difficult to take because it affected the game a little bit".

Spanish outlet, Marca revealed that the former Barcelona coach told Lahoz to shut up at half-time of the game.

"But it's hard to talk about a goal, and whether it's allowed or not". If you don't score the second and the third then it's not easy again. There are six games to go and we must focus on that, finish the season with a Premier League trophy.

The cases will be dealt with at a hearing on May 31. "It's nearly done but now we need to wrap it up". The Reds were already the subject of disciplinary proceedings after City's team bus was attacked by supporters outside Anfield ahead of the first leg last week.