Pep Guardiola falls to the ground in HILARIOUS reaction to Dejan Kulusevski’s late equaliser in 3-3 thriller at the Etihad… as Man City boss is left stunned by the Swede’s header

  • Man City drew 3-3 with Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday
  • The champions were denied the three points by a 90th minute equaliser 
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Pep Guardiola was so shocked by Dejan Kulusevski’s late equaliser against his side on Sunday that he fell to the floor in despair. 

Kulusevski snatched a point for Spurs with a brilliant 90th minute header that saw the thrilling game end 3-3. 

The champions thought they had won it when Jack Grealish had put them back in front 10 minutes earlier.

However, with the game entering injury time Brennan Johnson managed to get a cross in from the left which Kulusevski beat Ake to and powered in off the crossbar.

And the television cameras caught the reaction of both managers to the dramatic finish.


Ange Postecoglou was seen pumping his fists as Guardiola collapsed to the floor with his head in his hands before quickly bouncing back up.

Guardiola’s side had led 2-1 at the break thanks to a Phil Foden goal after Son Heung-min had scored at both ends, but Giovani Lo Celso’s superb strike made it 2-2.

It was their third successive draw and there was further frustration as Rodri was booked, ruling him out of the midweek trip to Aston Villa. Grealish will also be suspended against his former club.

Dejan Kulusevski snatched a point for the visiting side with a brilliant late header 

After the match Guardiola claimed City’s run of form has nothing to do with luck — but was at a loss to explain why the Treble winners are conceding so many goals. 

‘We don’t concede many chances,’ Guardiola said. ‘We lost against Wolves after two shots on target. Liverpool was similar. 

‘We have to learn, and watch the game back. I learnt from Johan Cruyff that bad luck in football doesn’t exist. Is the team completely different from previous seasons? I don’t think so. It still feels the same to me.’ 


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