Video: Graeme Souness Tears Strips Off ‘Arrogant’ Pep Guardiola

Video: Graeme Souness Tears Strips Off ‘Arrogant’ Pep Guardiola

Manchester City may have been victorious in the Champions League against Monaco tonight – but Graeme Souness insists Pep Guardiola and his players should count themselves very lucky.

The two teams met at the Etihad on Tuesday night for their Champions League last-16 first-leg match, with City claiming the spoils 5-3 after a rip roaring 90 minutes.

A classic Radamel Falcao performance helped put Monaco 3-2 ahead on the night, and only a crazy final 20 minutes saw City somehow come away with a two-goal advantage.

Whilst Guardiola and his star-studded squad will take a lead to France in three weeks time, pundit for Irish TV Graeme Souness really didn’t enjoy the City performance, particularly in the first-half:

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We have absolutely no idea how the second leg will end next month but we are counting the minutes until kick-off already.

What do you make of Souness’s comments? Is he right to slaughter Guardiola’s tactics?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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