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Man City 6-0 Burnley: I try to punish Haaland, it’s my intention – Guardiola


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Man City 6-0 Burnley I try to punish Haaland, it is my intention – Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has established himself as one of the top head coaches in world football, having won multiple trophies with both Barcelona and Manchester City.

Aside from being a success story on the pitch, Guardiola has also displayed an amusing side during press conferences and games.

On March 18th against Burnley in the FA Cup Quarter Final, Guardiola made a hilarious reference to his former player Lionel Messi.

The night belonged to Erling Haaland who struck his 42nd goal of the season and completed yet another hat trick – his sixth of the campaign.

The Norwegian then scored five goals on Tuesday against RB Leipzig in the Champions League Last 8, making him only the third-ever player after Messi and Luiz Adriano to score five times in a single Champions League game.

Guardiola seemingly tried to protect Messi’s record by substituting Haaland shortly after he’d scored three goals at the Etihad Stadium prior to international duty – making it clear that breaking the record was not his intention.

He jokingly remarked: “I try to punish my players – it is my intention”, drawing laughter from everyone present at the press conference.

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