City in crisis? Messi rounding Bravo for first goal
By Paul Morrissey Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 21:44
Barcelona beat Man City 4-0 Barcelona beat Manchester City 4-0 at Camp Nou tonight, as the Spanish champions beat the English league leaders. City were second best on the night, but a 4-0 beating seems a bit harsh on the Citizens, who had their fair share of chances to score. Pep beaten by his old club, and former pupil Messi The overarching narrative of the night is that of Pep Guardiola losing to his former pupil Messi yet again.
It’s well known and documented that the pair shared a brilliant player-manager relationship during their… Guardiola right now pic.twitter.com/CtysxSauak — Footy Humour October 19, 2016 I've said it over and over again, Guardiola can't do anything special without Messi.At least Enrique is proving me right. — dada leye October 19, 2016 Guardiola's teams still the best at making Messi score. — Footy Humour October 19, 2016 How can you do that to Guardiola, Messi? — The F2 October 19, 2016 Guardiola tonight… pic.twitter.com/xknumi4gpf — Emilio Sansolini October 19, 2016 Guardiola dropped aguero to play defensive formation but it's ok. If that were Mourinho the media would make documentaries about him. — Ander Bossrrera October 19, 2016 Man City in their last three games…..#BarcaVsManCity pic.twitter.com/3iMHBWhibu — Steve Heffernan October 19, 2016 Can't believe such a high quality game has had so many brain dead moments. #BarcaVsManCity — Tony Barrett October 19, 2016 When the monster you created eats you.. #Pep #BarcaVsManCity #Messi — Brighty October 19, 2016 Caballero made things worse for Pep's team. He seemed hysterical. Or maybe we should blame the defence. Thats fair. #BarcaVsManCity — Mmei wa Ga Matjuda October 19, 2016 For all their hard-work you have to pity Man City. #BarcaVsManCity — Metropolitan Preye October 19, 2016 City at least winning the kilometres covered which, of course, is what really counts #BarcaVsManCity pic.twitter.com/3TsINNKKHy — Paul October 19, 2016