Manchester United gave funny responses via social media to Pep Guardiola’s comments, Manchester City manager Julia Roberts.
The Catalan coach was in a strange mood after his side’s 7-0 victory over RB Leipzig in the second leg of the Champions League.
Guardiola stressed that he had always considered himself a Champions League failure as he was previously unable to persuade the famous actress Roberts to come and watch a game at the Etihad Stadium, and instead heads across town to Old Trafford.
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“I am a failure in the Champions League. If I win the Champions League three times in a row, I will be a failure.” Guardiola He said.
“I have three idols in my life. Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and Julia Roberts. Those are the three idols.
“Julia Roberts years ago came to Manchester – not in the ’90s when Sir Alex was [Ferguson] He was winning trophies, titles and titles. It came in the period when we were better than United, in these four or five years, right?
“And I went to visit Manchester United. She didn’t come to see us. That’s why even if I win the Champions League, it won’t compare to the fact that Julia Roberts came to Manchester and didn’t come to see us.
“Even if I win the Champions League, it won’t compare to the disappointment I felt.”
It is understood his comments have caught the attention of rivals United.
On Wednesday morning, their social media manager saw a great opportunity to rub salt on Guardiola’s wounds, posting pictures of Roberts’ trip to Old Trafford some years ago.
If it’s any consolation for Guardiola, united Not too impressive was Roberts’ trip to watch again in November 2016.
Jose Mourinho’s team tied 1-1 with West Ham. Diafra Sakho gave the visitors the lead after just two minutes, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic saved a point for the hosts.
West Ham goalkeeper Darren Randolph won the man of the match award. A really old game in front of such an honored guest.
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