- Pep Guardiola of Manchester City says he has no problem with VAR system in the Premier League
- The Spaniard explained that he likes VAR because it provides justice to the football game
- Manchester City have picked four points this season after two games in the EPL
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has explained that he has no bad feelings about the introduction of the VAR system this season in the Premier League.
Guardiola's latest comment comes barely a week after complaining about the system when his side were forced to a draw by Tottenham in their second EPL tie this season.
The Citizens' last-minute winner from Gabriel Jesus was chalked off after a handball in the build-up from Aymeric Laporte.
According to the latest report by Goal, Pep Guardiola stated clearly that he is behind the Video Assistant Referee System.
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“I like VAR because it provides justice. This is the first season and it helps to be more fair to referees. I think in the end it will be right.
“I had the same opinion from the beginning. I support the technology. But during the process, it needs time to adjust.
“It’s emotional when you score a goal in that way. His [Jesus’] reaction was normal. He was not upset,'' he explained according to Goal.
Manchester City will face AFC Bournemouth in their next Premier League game on Sunday, August 25.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Pep Guardiola became the first Premier League boss to be yellow carded during the Community Shield match between Manchester City and Liverpool.
The Spanish boss was cautioned by referee Martin Atkinson few minutes to the end of the first half in the Wembley fixture.
Guardiola was not happy with manner at which Joe Gomez challenged City captain David Silva in a bouncing ball incident.
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