Have it! Pep Guardiola BOOTS water bottle into Leeds dugout by mistake

Have it! Pep Guardiola BOOTS water bottle in anger – only for it to fly into Leeds dugout – with instantly mortified Manchester City boss sprinting over to apologise in hilarious incident

  • Pep Guardiola was his usual flamboyant self during Man City’s 3-1 victory
  • After once incident he was frustrated by, he booted a water bottle next to him 
  • The bottle flew towards the Leeds dugout and Guardiola was mortified 
  • He sprinted over apologise immediately and convey no ill will to the coaches 
  • Guardiola joked that Kalvin Phillips ‘has the perfect body now, so sexy’ 

Pep Guardiola showed the exact opposite of the poise and control of his team at Elland Road – booting a water bottle into the opposition dugout, much to his embarrassment. 

The Manchester City boss reacted furiously to a missed chance late on in the 3-1 win over Leeds, kicking the water bottle on the ground next to him. 

To the Spaniard’s dismay, it flew straight towards the Leeds dugout in the direction of the home coaching staff. 

Pep Guardiola booted a water bottle in frustration and it flew towards the Leeds dugout

The Manchester City boss immediately realised what he’d done and rushed over

Guardiola had his hands on his head and comically sprinted to apologise 

Mortified, Guardiola sprinted across to immediately apologise and make clear it was an accident. 

The right foot doesn’t appear to be as cultured as it was in his playing days for Barcelona but it seems all was forgiven.  

Prior to kicking the plastic bottle, he’d thrown another one onto the ground, wildly reacting despite his side’s dominance. 

Guardiola was living every moment and still angry with his side despite the scoreline

Erling Haaland netted twice and could have had even more, with Rodri scoring the opener and Pascal Strujik heading in a consolation goal. 

City are chasing down Arsenal at the top of the Premier League and have now cut the deficit to five points. 

Next up for the champions is a home clash against Frank Lampard’s struggling Everton side, while the Gunners face a trickier game away at Brighton before they face Newcastle at home. 

Erling Haaland scored twice for the Premier League champions in a routine win 

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