Pep Guardiola rejects Mauricio Pochettino's accusations of 'disrespect'

Pep Guardiola rejects Mauricio Pochettino's accusations of 'disrespect'

Pep Guardiola rejects Mauricio Pochettino's accusations of 'disrespect'

But he said: "I said it because Kane scored two goals more against Huddersfield and a goal for the national team and then another goal for the national team".

His efforts against Dortmund remain his only club goals at Wembley so far this season, with Kane yet to trouble the scorers in a Premier League game at Tottenham's temporary home.

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"I know Pep very well and when he is excited, after an wonderful victory against Chelsea, sometimes he struggles to keep his position and be a gentleman", Pochettino said.

"I think last season, the person who spoke most about appreciating the way Tottenham play was me", Guardiola said.

Guardiola's side entertain Stoke City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

He said: "I was disrespectful?" I was never disrespectful in a press conference - never.

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Guardiola spoke regularly of his admiration for Spurs' style under Pochettino last season.

Guardiola looked dejected and admitted he was "disappointed" after being told of Pochettino's comments and defended his record of praising Tottenham's progression over the past few seasons.

"I think that many people took those words as very disrespectful for the club and many players that are here at the club". "When he lost against Chelsea in the [FA Cup] semi-final, I said it was incredible because Chelsea shot on target four times and scored four goals".

He added: "It's hard to understand because Pep was part of the big success at Barcelona when it was Messi at his best, and I never said it was "the Messi team".

"I feel very proud about that", said Pochettino. I don't know what he said, but I was never disrespectful about my colleagues. Personally, I didn't take it in a bad way. "I think everyone deserves to be recognised as being part of the success of the team". "There is a lot of credit in the way they play, in the way they want to show their football in the Premier League, the way they are always attacking". That means a lot.

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