Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Pep Swears On TV When Asked About Mendy, He Hilariously Responds

Pep Swears On TV When Asked About Mendy, He Hilariously Responds

"Yesterday he was in Barcelona", Guardiola continued.

The Manchester City left-back posted his location on Instagram as being at Hong Kong global airport and when this was put to Guardiola, whose press conference was being broadcast on Sky Sports, the manager signalled his confusion by swearing.

If Guardiola had hoped to maintain a low profile before City's title challenge faces another serious test at home to Chelsea tomorrow, it did not really go according to plan. 'I didn't know. F***!

Asked if it would be OK if Mendy was in Hong Kong, Guardiola said: "Hong Kong, definitely not".

Asking the press officer, Guardiola said: "Did you know?"

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"Every time I am with my phone I am on Instagram or Twitter and [so] now I need to be careful", the left-back said. "I don't know. I have to install an Instagram account because I didn't know".

Benjamin Mendy issued a hilarious response to Guardiola following the incident.

"Injuries like this, you can't just start training and stay fit". Now sidelined with a knee injury, Mendy posted a video in which he tagged himself as being at Hong Kong International Airport.

Mendy was in trouble earlier this season when he was late for a rehabilitation session at the training ground, having been at boxing match in London the night before.

Mendy then took to Twitter and claimed it was a joke. They have, however, played a game more than Liverpool, who they replaced at the summit.

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"Wow", the City boss responded.

"The pressure, Liverpool are exceptional, I don't have the feeling that Jurgen Klopp or Virgil van Dijk feel pressure".

Pep Guardiola and his team are approaching their Premier League games like cup finals.

That came as a shock to Guardiola, however, who had granted the France global permission only to go to Europe. "I'm pretty sure Real Madrid are happy with me now".

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