Pep Guardiola is Mr Nice Guy, right?
The Manchester City manager appears to be growing more and more irate as the season goes on after arriving in England with his famous, beaming smile on his face.
And his patience ran out with a BBC journalist in an interview following his side’s narrow 2-1 win over Burnley.
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City weren’t convincing but battled well to claim all three points, particularly after Fernandinho picked up his third red card in his last six appearances.
But Guardiola didn’t appear particularly pleased – despite professing that he was.
Watch the awkward exchange below:
“Pep, you don’t seem happy that you’ve won?” How awkward is this? pic.twitter.com/JPXfIOBdKF
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) January 2, 2017
Fernandinho, by the way, will miss another four games as long as the dismissal isn’t overturned.
Between him and Sergio Aguero that’s now 14 games they’ll have missed this season through suspension alone.