Pep Guardiola insisted everything is resolved between him and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the pair were involved in a touchline debate during the Manchester derby. However, Guardiola shut down a question about the exchange in his post-match interview, saying: “No problem, no problem, it’s solved.” The two managers had their arms around one another but could both be seen trying to express their respective points, before fist-bumping as the game continued.
Pep Guardiola said: “We played a fantastic game, lots of shots. Starting that way punishes us a lot when a team like Man United defend, sit back, for the counter-attack. They press incredibly high but when you break this, they get back quickly. Like Solskjaer said: the history of Man United, the counter-attack and the pace.”
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