Pep Guardiola and Jamie Carragher have both been involved in a heated clash over Premier League title win, MySportDab reports.
The Manchester City coach and former Liverpool player were caught in cross fires with them calling out themselves.
Guardiola and Carragher clash came after the Manchester City boss made a statement concerning winning the Premier League title.
Things did not go well as both of them took it down and had something to say to themselves when they had the opportunity to talk.
Jamie Carragher is one who have been making alot of statement concerning teams and their performance this season.
Manchester United are one team he always come on with full criticism of them singling out a number of players.
He seems to have made some about Manchester City which Pep Guardiola have not taken easy and decided on sending a reply.
Both the City boss and Jamie Carragher had one for themselves according to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano.
Here Is What Pep Said:
“They know how difficult it is [to win PL four times in a row].
“Neville, Micah Richards… never, ever. And then Jamie Carragher didn’t win one once”.
Here Is What Carragher Said:
“I think I’d have probably won one if Liverpool were owned by a nation state, and pushed the rules so far that the PL charged us 115 times!”.
The argument is still ongoing with more expected to come from both sides as they won’t be saying mouth closed.
Manchester City have been able to stand their ground in dominating the Premier League for the pass five years under Pep Guardiola.