By Chineze Ogugua
Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has been suspended for two Champions League matches by UEFA following his conduct during their defeat to Liverpool.
He will serve one match suspension next season while the second match suspension will be deferred for a year.
The ex-Barca coach was sent off at half-time in the quarter-final second leg at Etihad Stadium on 10 April for complaining about the decision to disallow Sane’s goal.
Guardiola was not the only one to get punished as Liverpool were fined 30,000 euros over crowd incidents during the quarter-finals first leg against Man City and the semi-finals second leg against AS Roma.
Reds supporters attacked City’s team bus on its way to the stadium, prompting a police investigation.
Liverpool went on to play the final against eventual champions Real Madrid which they lost 3-1.
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