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Guardiola slapped with UEFA charge following hot-tempered Champions League clash with Liverpool

Guardiola slapped with UEFA charge following hot-tempered Champions League clash with Liverpool

City were eliminated after Liverpool claimed a 2-1 win at the Etihad Stadium, the Reds progressing to the semi-finals 5-1 on aggregate having cruised to a 3-0 triumph at Anfield last week.

Mohamed Salah booked Liverpool's place in the last four for the first time in a decade when he coolly chipped home his 39th goal of the season 11 minutes into the second half before Roberto Firmino inflicted a third consecutive defeat on City for the first time in Guardiola's near two-year reign. I didn't insult him, I just said: "Mateu, it is a goal".

"Of course Klopp said "Yes you are sitting too deep because you are not pushing up".

"It was quite hard tonight, again especially with the start".

"I want to say big congratulations to Liverpool for going through and I hope they can defend English football in the semi-finals".

"The first 10-15 minutes wasn't good enough". And the chances they did create they wasted.

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It extended Klopp's impressive personal record against the Catalan to eight wins and one draw from their 14 meetings, better than any of his contemporaries.

"It's different when [Mo] Salah's goal at Anfield is offside", Guardiola said.

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Jurgen Klopp called on his Liverpool players to change their attitudes against Manchester City.

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In the first leg, Kyle Walker and Otamendi made mistakes for two of Liverpool's goals, while in the Manchester derby they failed to track the runs of Paul Pogba for both of his goals and Chris Smalling was left unmarked for United's victor.

"But we have to reflect and think what we can do better next season". We didn't catch up well from the beginning.

"I have absolutely no interest in comparing us". We'll go again next season.

The former Manchester City player, viewed by many as simply a squad player at the start of the season, not only delivered with his work rate and tackling but clearly added some calmness and authority to the midfield.

"We are here and we deserved it and I am really happy about that".

"He's special. When everybody sees things, he likes to decide the opposite. We had come through the whirlwind".

"You could see in the second half we were tucked in and it was hard to defend and they came through more than they did in the first half so I don't think we should sit too far back".