Nathan Redmond explains 'passionate' Pep Guardiola outburst

Nathan Redmond explains 'passionate' Pep Guardiola outburst

Last seasons, Guardiola's Manchester City side drew at the hands of Redmond and co, where the winger outshone the entire team in October 2016.

"He was very passionate, intense and aggressive - but he was only very complimentary and positive to me", the 23-year-old later said on social media.

'I told him I was doing what my Manager had asked me to do in the game. "Hopefully, I will improve", Guardiola said, as reported by the Mail Online. "If people don't believe me, let's cancel our press conferences and just play the games".

Guardiola was seen yelling at Redmond just moments after Raheem Sterling last-gasp victor and some reports claimed the Spaniard had called the forward a "w****r".

"I think he played well and our reaction in the second half was good, especially in the wide areas where we arrived many times making chances".

"Losing the game the way we did in the last kick of the game after working so hard for 90-plus minutes, I was very disappointed". What I said is what I said and what Nathan said in his statement.

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Guardiola has until December 4 to respond to the English FA's request.

"Last season he destroyed us here", he said.

Guardiola approached Redmond on the field immediately after Premier League leaders secured a dramatic 2-1 win over Saints - Raheem Sterling's 96th-minute victor prompting wild celebration at the Etihad Stadium. "I never judge and never will judge the way my opponents play against my team".

"I know Pellegrino wanted to win the game, definitely". Never in my career, on or off the pitch, was I disrespectful about what they believe they have to do to beat me. Adding to that at a press conference yesterday, he said: "I said to Nathan, "You have to attack because you have the quality to do that". We didn't win clearly because it's so complicated when 10 players defend in the box. I have faced these kind of teams a lot of times in my career. It's really frustrating for us but I am happy for them.

'They didn't want to play, and that's very hard to face.

City, eight points clear at the top of the table, play West Ham at the Etihad on Sunday.

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