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Bristol City’s Aden Flint asked Pep Guardiola to swap his Stone Island jacket for his shirt

What else do you ask when you're one-on-one with the best manager in the world?

Manchester City are through to the final of the Carabao Cup, where they’ll face Arsenal or Chelsea.

But they had to work surprisingly hard to get there, eventually beating Championship side Bristol City 5-3 on aggregate.

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City boss Pep Guardiola clearly had a lot of respect for his opponents, playing a pretty strong line-up against them in Tuesday’s second-leg clash at Ashton Gate.


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Lee Johnson’s side have been one of the surprise packages in the Championship this season, and are currently eyeing a finish in the play-off places.

Their boys have been generally a bit of a hit with the neutrals this season – and even have a cult following on social media thanks to their hilarious goal celebration videos.

That goal by Aden Flint last night levelled the score at 2-2 late on, and at full-time the centre-back got the chance to chat with Guardiola.

But what he said to the charming Catalan was pretty random.

Face to face with the best manager in the world, Flint asked Guardiola why the Stone Island badge was missing from his stylish bomber jacket.

I mean, we were all wondering it, right?

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Later on Twitter, Flint posted a picture of the moment, claiming Pep wouldn’t swap his jacket for his shirt.

No chance, mate.