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Absolutely Everybody is Trolling Pep Guardiola After Champions League Exit

Absolutely Everybody is Trolling Pep Guardiola After Champions League Exit

Manchester City were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday night after losing 3-1 to Monaco – and it seems as though just about everybody on social media is trolling Pep Guardiola.

After winning the first leg of their last-16 tie 5-3 two weeks ago, City went into the return match with the French league leaders knowing it would be a tricky evening, and so it proved.

Kylian Mbappé and Fabinho made it 2-0 at half-time, meaning City needed to score at least once, and when Leroy Sane found the net with 20 minutes to go, it looked like they were heading for the quarter-finals.

However, Tiemoué Bakayoko headed in the decisive goal to level things at 6-6 on aggregate, meaning Monaco progressed on the away goals rule.

When he arrived in Manchester, he was heralded as the Messiah, but right now Pep Guardiola is very much the butt of the joke:

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