Midway through the second half of Man City’s game against Real Madrid, Kevin De Bruyne and Pep Guardiola got into an argument.
Kevin De Bruyne and Pep Guardiola were seen on camera fighting during Man City’s Champions League match against Real Madrid.
City defeated the defending champions to go to the final of the prestigious European championship in the semi-final matchup.
After both clubs agreed to a 1-1 draw in the rematch played in Spain, everything was still up for grabs going into the second leg matchup held at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night.
However, it was City who ultimately prevailed, as the Premier League powerhouses destroyed Real 4-0 to advance on a 5-1 goal total.
The Mirror claims that Bernardo Silva stole the show with a brace in the first half before goals from Akanji and Julian Alvarez in the second half gave the hosts a comfortable victory.
De Bruyne, Guardiola spotted arguing
A strange event during the game, in which De Bruyne and Guardiola were seen having a heated argument, cast doubt on City’s victory.
According to The Sun, the incident took place at the start of the second half, with City ahead 2-0.
De Bruyne lost his composure quickly after surrendering the ball to Real defender Eder Militao, as shown on the scene’s video.
The Belgian had picked up possession and darted forward, only for him to lose possession to the Brazilian.
And instead of him trying to win the ball back, he turned around and shouted at his manager, who was on the touchline.
The midfielder was evidently angry with instructions barked out by Guardiola in the run-up to the incident.
The pair appeared to have buried the hatchet soon after, as they were spotted hugging when De Bruyne was subbed off.