By Ronnie Macdonald from Chelmsford and Largs, United Kingdom - Arsène Wenger, CC BY 2.0,
Football Fan

Manchester City kept their winning run intact with a 2-1 victory over Huddersfield away from home. The Citizens went a goal down just before half-time but they clawed two goals back in order to walk away with all three points.

The first goal that City scored was from the penalty spot through Sergio Aguero but that decision was won by Raheem Sterling who was clearly tripped inside the box. And during the post-match interview, the City manager made a statement that clearly mocked Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

While speaking to Sky Sports, Guardiola said, “Two clear penalties. Maybe Arsene will say that is [a] penalty.”

Well, for those who do not understand why the City boss made such a statement you should know that it was Wenger who had started the battle of words a couple of weeks back. Wenger had called Raheem Sterling a good diver during the Gunners’ 3-1 loss at the hands of Manchester City earlier this month.

Guardiola could not contain his excitement after the match and when he was asked by Sky Sports what he thought about the penalty decision he uttered that the decision was so evident that even Arsene Wenger would approve of it.

Will Wenger get back to Guardiola?

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