Pep Guardiola and Liverpool charged by UEFA following Champions League tie

Edin Dzeko of Roma

Edin Dzeko of Roma

"He's too much to send (me) off because I didn't say a wrong word". He said, 'oh the pass came from Milner?' And I said yes, it came from Milner.

Had Sane's goal not been disallowed, City would have jumped 2-0 in front of the night.

Liverpool went into the game with a 3-0 advantage from the first leg but City piled the pressure on immediately when Gabriel Jesus scored inside two minutes.

Gabriel Jesus admitted Manchester City's Champions League exit was tough to take.

Milner went on to insist that there are plenty of lessons to take on board from the two legs against City, despite the resounding way in which Liverpool dispatched the Premier League leaders. He spent the second-half watching his team's night crumble from the stands as Liverpool came through with a 2-1 win on the night and a 5-1 victory on aggregate.

Roberto Firmino struck with 13 minutes remaining to put the tie beyond doubt, but Klopp admits his players needed a strong message at half-time. He likes to be different, he likes to be special. when everybody sees the things, he's going to decide the opposite.

Liverpool's win saw them reach the competition's semi-finals for the first time since 2008, when they lost to eventual runners-up Chelsea. But City are champions in all but name and have been for months, meaning their Liverpool reverse feels similar to the ones Guardiola suffered in Bavaria.

The Man City boss could be seen on camera putting his finger to his mouth in an ugly gesture which seemed to support the idea he had insulted him, putting Guardiola at risk of a three-match ban.

"I have to analyze what we've done in 10 months and I think it's quite good", Guardiola said.

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Police also gathered testimony from teenagers who said they had participated in the fights and confronted Fish with the evidence. Fish was a math substitute teacher at Montville High School and an employee of the Montville Board of Education.

"It is nice to play in the stadium where I was for a couple of years and didn't get a first-team appearance - at least I get to play now!"

He added to BT Sport: 'You have to learn from the game.

"We can not compare what we've done in the Premier League when we are here", he explained.

But is two trophies an adequate return for a manager who has been able to spend more than $600 million in his four transfer windows at the helm?

"But it's hard to talk about a goal, and whether it's allowed or not".

Guardiola was hired to bring the European Cup to City for the first time.

It is now seven years since he last won the second of his Champions League titles as a coach with Barcelona.

Pep Guardiola knew what the referee was like.

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