Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has berated his players for missing “too many clear chances” as they drew 1-1 at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
The Premier League champions dropped two points at the Forest Ground in what is becoming a thrilling title race.
Bernardo Silva opened the scoring for City, before Chris Wood grabbed a late equalizer.
The home side needed Keylor Navas to tip De Bruyne’s fizzing free-kick over the upright, before Guardiola’s over-enthusiastic display of frustration on the sidelines was punished with a yellow card.
“We have to look at ourselves – we can do better. Today we miss too many clear chances. It sometimes happens,” Guardiola said.
“I was complaining to the fourth official and got a well deserved yellow card,” he added.
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