Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Coach Pep Guardiola’s celebration of Manchester City’s goal against rival Liverpool sparked a stir among social media activists, as his celebration came in front of the opposing team’s substitutes.
In the 27th minute, Julian Alvarez succeeded in making the modification for the “Citizens” after the result indicated that the “Reds” had advanced with a goal, so Guardiola celebrated in a “crazy” manner in front of the opponent’s substitutes, who were on the field line to warm up.
Former player Rio Ferdinand commented on the Spanish coach’s celebration, telling the British channel “BT Sport”: “This celebration is there. I don’t know how Tsimikas (Liverpool player) did not push Pep Guardiola away,” according to the “Euro Sport” website.
Guardiola, 52, succeeded in leading Manchester City to resolve the summit of the 29th round matches in the English Premier League, by defeating Liverpool by four goals to one.