Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City manager, declined to provide specific details but acknowledged that he was aware of the incident involving Kyle Walker and Erling Haaland with members of Arsenal’s coaching staff following their 1-0 defeat. After the match ended at Emirates Stadium, Walker and Haaland confronted Nicolas Jover, Arsenal’s set-piece coach who had previously worked at Manchester City. Guardiola, with a smile on his face, stated that he knew what had transpired but chose not to disclose further information, as Arsenal were already aware of the situation.
Gabriel Martinelli’s late and dramatic winning goal secured a significant victory for Arsenal against the reigning Premier League champions, Manchester City, on Sunday. As the players made their way towards the tunnel after the final whistle, Walker turned back to confront Jover, and Haaland joined him. Subsequently, players and staff from both teams intervened to separate them. The disagreements continued as the Manchester City players were exiting the field, with Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka escorting Jover away from the situation. Jover had been part of Manchester City from 2019 until 2021 when he joined Mikel Arteta, the former Manchester City assistant manager, at Arsenal.
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