The City manager was baffled after the foul on the England international did not result in a penalty award during the Victory over Southampton.
being denied a penalty for foul on
City furthered their advantage on top of thePremier League
with a thumping 5-2 victory overSouthampton
on Wednesday, with a brace from Kevin De Bruyne, two more by Riyad Mahrez as well as Ilkay Gundogan’s strike. Guardiola’s side could have gained more if they were gifted a penalty for their midfielder tripped up in the box, but the VAR decided that no foul was done.
I'm an honest guy and I never like to dive,
" Foden told
"100 per cent I thought it was a penalty
We won because of the quality of the players we had on the pitch,
" Guardiola told
It is just incredible that penalty was not given. One day they are going to explain why. I do not understand it. It's incredible that in four and a half years we have won everything ourselves. No one has given us anything."
Guardiola’s squad are set to faceFulham
on Saturday, with theChampions League
second-leg clash againstBorussia Monchengladbach
coming next; City vanquished them in the first leg.