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Pep Guardiola Destroyed by Fans For Blaming Draw with Wolves on Match Ball

Pep Guardiola Destroyed by Fans For Blaming Draw with Wolves on Match Ball

Pep Guardiola has blamed the match ball for last night’s draw with Wolves in the Carabao Cup – and fans everywhere are queuing up to hammer the Manchester City manager.

The Sky Blues were expected to breeze past their Championship opponents at the Etihad last night but were instead held to a 0-0 draw and needed penalty kicks to eventually make the quarter-finals.

But rather than giving Wolves some praise for holding out against his star-studded side, Guardiola has insisted there’s more to the draw than meets the eye – with the ball not being up to scratch.

As you can see in the clip above, the Spanish super coach branded the Mitre ball used in the competition ‘unacceptable’ and claimed his players felt the same way.

Unfortunately for Pep, very few people on social media feel the same way:

Does Pep have any sort of point at all, or should he get a grip and hold his hands up for a poor performance?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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