03 December, 2017
If they don't believe me I don't know what we're doing here. Redmond released a statement saying Guardiola "was very passionate, intense and aggressive but he was only very complimentary and positive to me".
"I told Redmond that he is a good player; last season he destroyed us with his style, but this time he could not attack us because his team was always in a defensive position, they wasted a lot of time during the game", Guardiola explained at the press conference. The City boss then proceeded to have an animated discussion with the 23-year-old.
"I was telling him how good a player he is", Guardiola insisted.
"If the FA want my statement again, I am able to explain whatever they want".
Guardiola was captured on camera addressing Southampton star Redmond enthusiastically at full-time, an incident which had everyone second guessing about what was said during the heated exchange.
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"It's so complicated when teams defend with 10 players", he added.
The City head coach pushed Redmond in the chest and harangued the 23-year-old as he tried to walk off the pitch moments after Raheem Sterling's 95th-minute victor.
That followed a similar, injury-time victor at Bournemouth and a point-saving late equaliser with Everton, the only team to have avoided defeat against rampant City this season. "But I think I was clear, we were clear, when Arsenal wanted him we said no, that's not going to happen, he's still young, we hope to make him happy and he can stay for longer. but it depends on the club and him".
City extended their lead at the top of the table to eight points over bitter rivals Manchester United thanks to Sterling's goal which sparked huge jubilation amongst the fans.