& # 39; Sometimes we want to kill him & # 039;: Pep Guardiola in Bernard Mendy

French left-back Bernard Mendy got two assists and Manchester City won 2-0 at Arsenal

& # 39; Sometimes we want to kill him & # 39 ;: Pep Guardiola asks Bernard Mendy to work more on his game and spend less time on social networks, but the Manchester City that is behind responds … on Twitter

  • Bernard Mendy got two assists and Manchester City won 2-0 at Arsenal
  • After the game, the city manager, Pep Guardiola, spoke about his star that was left behind
  • Guardiola praised the energy of Mendy, 24, and said: & # 39; What player we have & # 39;
  • But he also urged he admitted that he would like Mendy to use social networks less frequently
  • Fittingly, Mendy took to Twitter to answer and wrote & # 39; Oops & # 39; together with an emoji

Robert Summerscales for Mailonline

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola admitted that Bernard Mendy can be a frustrating player to work with after Sunday's 2-0 triumph against Arsenal.

Left-back Mendy, who only started his fifth Premier League game after a season with injuries, was excellent against the Gunners and helped both goals.

Guardiola praised the Frenchman's energy after the match, but also urged him to focus more on improving as a player and less on social networks.

French left-back Bernard Mendy got two assists and Manchester City won 2-0 at Arsenal

French left-back Bernard Mendy got two assists and Manchester City won 2-0 at Arsenal

Mendy celebrated with Bernardo Silva after the midfielder got City's second goal on Sunday

Mendy celebrated with Bernardo Silva after the midfielder got City's second goal on Sunday

Mendy celebrated with Bernardo Silva after the midfielder got City's second goal on Sunday

Manager Pep Guardiola urged Mendy to focus more on his game and less on social networks

Manager Pep Guardiola urged Mendy to focus more on his game and less on social networks

Manager Pep Guardiola urged Mendy to focus more on his game and less on social networks

"Mendy is Mendy," Guardiola said in quotes, which were shared via Twitter. "Sometimes we want to kill him and sometimes you think what player we have.

& # 39; He gives us energy. Mendy has many things to improve and I hope we can convince him to forget social networks a bit and improve some things. "

Mendy, which has become a big hit among the city's fans by keeping them entertained on the Internet, showed no signs of changing their ways by responding to their manager's message … via Twitter.

Retweeted Guardiola's appointment along with the word & # 39; Oops & # 39; and an emoji of nervous laughter.

But then he wrote another answer that said: & # 39; I promise. & # 39;

Mendy had tweeted before: "Good victory to start the season. Everything is not perfect, but I need to find the feet and the rhythm again (says the guy with 2 assists). Thanks guys for the love & # 39;

In a funny way, Mendy responded to her manager's message through social media with a post on Twitter.

In a funny way, Mendy responded to her manager's message through social media with a post on Twitter.

In a funny way, Mendy responded to her manager's message through social media with a post on Twitter.

Guardiola was pleased with the overall performance of his team against Arsenal, which was handled for the first time by the new boss Unai Emery.

The head of the city explained: & # 39; I think going to the Emirates is always complicated. Especially in the first game when Arsenal has a new manager.

"We played a high level considering the lack of physical condition for many of the players who returned after the World Cup.

Our performance was good, but this is only the first step, so we move on. "

Guardiola was satisfied with the overall performance of his city team at the Emirates Stadium

Guardiola was satisfied with the overall performance of his city team at the Emirates Stadium

Guardiola was satisfied with the overall performance of his city team at the Emirates Stadium

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