MANCHESTER, England -- Pep Guardiola has said his Manchester City players are still not over their dramatic elimination from the Champions League quarterfinals at the hands of Tottenham, who they face in the Premier League on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp has said he felt for Manchester City after the VAR call which knocked them out of the Champions League and ended their hopes of a historic Quadruple in agonising fashion.
The Liverpool manager sympathised with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, who said it was a "cruel" way to lose after his side thought they had scored a late winner against Tottenham, only for Raheem Sterling's strike to be disallowed for an offside in the build-up.
Footballers across England boycotted social media for 24 hours in a stand against racism on Friday.
Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Georginio Wijnaldum, Wes Morgan and Alex Iwobi are among those who have joined the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) campaign to abstain from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram from 9 a.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Saturday in an effort to put pressure on social media platforms and footballing organisations to crack down on racist abuse.
Tottenham midfielder Lucas Moura has told ESPN Brasil that Spurs' wild Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Manchester City on Wednesday was the most emotional game of his life.
The north London side advanced on away goals -- 5-5 on aggregate -- after a thrilling 4-3 defeat at the Etihad in which Raheem Sterling's go-ahead goal in stoppage time was nullified for offsides after a VAR review.
While the unforgettable events in Manchester marked a high for the Brazil international's...