Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says Liverpool fans hurled coins at him during their Premier League clash on Sunday.
The City manager remonstrated angrily with a section of the Anfield crowd after Phil Foden saw a goal ruled out when VAR invited referee Anthony Taylor to review the pitchside monitor.
Asked what he thought of the decision, Guardiola told beIN SPORTS: “It’s Anfield. It’s Anfield.”
Guardiola repeatedly gesticulated at fans in the immediate aftermath and later said coins were thrown in his direction.
“Next time they will do it better,” he said in the post-match news conference. “They didn’t get me. They try it again next year.
“All these coins, they tried, but didn’t get it. They got the coach years ago.”
Guardiola insisted Taylor let a lot of fouls go during the 90 minutes but bemoaned the fact Foden’s effort was disallowed. He added: “Do you know how many fouls there were in the game? Do you know how many? A lot. It’s one more.
Defeat for City leaves Guardiola’s team four points behind leader Arsenal, which won 1-0 at Leeds earlier Sunday.