Pep Guardiola: Man City boss accuses Liverpool’s players of ‘sometimes diving’

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Man City did ‘every little thing’ to take – Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says Liverpool gamers will dive to take video games – trusty days earlier than the 2 teams meet at Anfield.

Premier League leaders Liverpool host reigning champions City on 10 November.

Sadio Mane scored a 94th-minute winner for Redsat Aston Villaon Saturday.

Talking after City’s take2-1 take over Southampton,Guardiola urged BBC Match of the Day: “Every so often it’s diving, in most cases it’s this abilities to gain out of the ordinary targets in the closing minute.”

Mane used to be booked by referee Jonathan Moss in the indispensable half on Saturday for simulation after falling contained in the penalty build subsequent to Villa defender Frederic Guilbert.

Liverpool had been trailing 1-0 at the time however equalised through Andrew Robertson after 87 minutes earlier than Senegal winger Mane’s dramatic 94th-minute winner.

City, who also came from 1-0 in the wait on of tobeat Southampton 2-1,head to Liverpool six elements in the wait on of the leaders.

City’s match achieved several minutes earlier than Liverpool’s game at Villa, and Guardiola added: “We arrived in the locker room and it used to be 1-1 and after it used to be 1-2.

“As soon as we gained, Liverpool quiet didn’t take and at the terminate, again they gained.

“What took position has took position now not as soon as, twice, it took position reasonably a few times – it is because of the it is a abilities.

“So when they gained many video games in the closing minutes, it is because of the they seem to be a assorted personality.

“The most predominant season, after we gained the treble, with 100 elements, we gained four or 5 video games in the closing minutes.”

Closing season Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock likened Liverpool’s Mohamed Salahto Olympic diver Tom Daleyfor the vogue the forward earned Liverpool a penalty in opposition to his facet.

On the opposite hand Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who felt Mane used to be unlucky to be booked on Saturday, has persistently rejected claims of diving by his gamers.

“We create now not enjoy divers,” heurged Sky Sports actionsclosing year.

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