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Man City's Guardiola charged by UEFA after Champions League elimination game

Man City's Guardiola charged by UEFA after Champions League elimination game

Less than 24 hours after watching his side crash out of the Champions League at the hands of Liverpool, Pep Guardiola has been charged by UEFA.

Liverpool completed a 5-1 aggregate victory to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League. Guardiola claimed Lahoz likes to be "special", hinting he thinks very little of the official's integrity.

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The improper conduct charge against Guardiola is for communicating with the bench during the second half. The goal would have given the Sky Blues a 2-0 lead going into halftime.

"I know that Mo feels very comfortable here, and he knows that our style of play suits him very well, so I am not anxious about a transfer", Klopp said in an interview with German newspaper Bild.

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City were angered when Sane had his strike chalked off shortly before the interval for offside when replays showed the ball had been played to him by Liverpool's James Milner. "I didn't insult him". It's a penalty from [Andrew] Robertson on Sterling."I would say congratulations to Liverpool. The chances we receive (against) we have to defend well", Guardiola said. "But Mateu Lahoz is a special guy, he likes to be different, he likes to be special", he said.

"I don't know but if we are not able to cope with that psychologically it will be a good lesson for the future". He's special. When everybody sees things, he likes to decide the opposite.

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However, Reds boss Klopp sees no reason for the player to go anywhere else at this stage of his career.