Guardiola responds to controversial photos with Haaland: “I know the camera is there”


Pep Guardiola received, days ago, just after the victory of City of Manchester in the Old Trafford derby match Manchester Unitedsome criticism from those who saw too much ‘theatrics’ that he did unnecessarily Erling Haaland on the field of play after humiliating the rival nation (0-3). “Pure theatre,” described former Ireland international Roy Keane, adding that “you can do it in the locker room.”

Today, the Catalan coach responded to the controversy generated by the aforementioned photos, where the two are seen acting very strongly commenting on what seems to be some games from the game of the Norwegian striker. “I don’t think about doing a show for people,” he told the BBC.

“We are talking about the second goal, the mistake (when Andre Onana saved a header). The header can be more difficult and put the ball in the net with more power,” he explained, referring to Haaland. “I respect Roy Keane… Sometimes, when the game is over, I go straight, but sometimes I stay on the field when I find a player to talk to about the game. I know very well that the camera is there.”

Source: La Verdad


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