On social media, Dominik Szoboszlai makes fun of Pep Guardiola before Man City plays Liverpool.

Champions This Saturday lunchtime, Manchester City and Liverpool play in a crucial Premier League match, but the pregame criticism has already begun on social media


Dominik Szoboszlai’s mockery of Pep Guardiola has fanned the flames ahead of Liverpool’s Saturday trip to Manchester City.


However, considering what happened during the City manager’s pre-match press conference, the Hungarian player’s actions might have been justifiable. Just one point separates the leaders and Jurgen Klopp’s team going into Friday’s Premier League match, so Guardiola addressed the media beforehand.


And the Spaniard was asked where he thought the visitors would pose the biggest threat. One of his responses was expected and, as it turned out, simple to say, but the other two names he mentioned generated a lot of discussion on social media.


Of sure, Salah, but with Szoboszlai and Gravenberch now,” he responded. However, the 53-year-old’s pronunciation of the 23-year-old, calling him “Szvolazi,” was more offensive than the two midfielders’ participation.


Szoboszlai responded with four laughing emojis on Instagram. It also seemed like his Dutch partner was called “Gravenerd,” something football fans were aware of.

@KM_243_ posted, “Salah who and who?” @Beetlep95923146 issued a warning, saying, “Szoboszlai is gonna make sure he remembers his name tomorrow.” @AndrasGrain made light of the situation, saying, “This is not cool, even if you are the great Pop Gardilo!”


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In fact, considering his performance this season, Szoboszlai is perhaps the one Liverpool player that City would not want to ruffle up ahead of the match at the Etihad. The playmaker has been excellent at Anfield after leaving RB Leipzig in the summer in exchange for a £60 million move. He has been in all 12 league games thus far.




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