A halftime tirade at Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz ensuring he had to watch his side’s latest European exit from the stands.
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In a week of new experiences for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, a comprehensive Champions League 5-1 aggregate exit at the quarterfinal stage to Liverpool was an all too familiar feeling. City have now lost three consecutive games under Guardiola for the first time – having also blown the chance to win the Premier League in the sweetest style by letting a two-goal lead slip to lose 3-2 to local rivals Manchester United Saturday.To complete a miserable six days, Guardiola also lost his cool. However, Guardiola too must now face up to repetition of adverse Champions League results in the spring as a pattern rather than mere coincidence. It is now seven years since he last won the second of his Champions League titles as a coach with Barcelona.
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