Manchester City suffered a tough 3-1 defeat against the main title-challengers, Liverpool, as the Reds are now nine points ahead.
Pep Guardiola’s antics marked yesterday’s duel between the two sides.
After some controversial decisions, Liverpool edged it out. The Spanish manager complained about Alexander-Arnold’s two handballs.
— The Pep (@GuardiolaTweets) November 11, 2019
A man with an experience of managing big games spoke after the match.
“First of all, to lose a big game, it is terrible and you can see the reactions from both managers [last night], how much pressure they are under and how much a game like that means.
“Guardiola will go home and be absolutely devastated, more than you think. If you think of a quantity, add 100% to that.”
Wenger then concluded the title race, adding:
“Overall, nine points is too big a difference for Man City after 12 games,” as quoted by Liverpool Echo.
Guardiola will have time to relax and recover with the international break upon us.