Video emerges of Pep Guardiola smoking a large cigar and singing along to Oasis at Manchester City’s title party… as Spanish boss tries to serenade Noel Gallagher with ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ via video link!
- Pep Guardiola has been seen smoking and singing Oasis at Man City’s title party
- The Spanish manager sealed City’s fifth Premier League title earlier this month
- Guardiola sang ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ in a video sent to Noel Gallagher
- City still have two league games and the Champions League final this month
Pep Guardiola has been spotted celebrating Manchester City’s title win by smoking a large cigar and singing Oasis at the top of his lungs.
The Spaniard guided his team to their fifth Premier League title earlier this month with several games to spare – City’s fifth top-flight trophy win since Guardiola first arrived at the club in 2016.
The 50-year-old coach was caught on video embracing City colleagues and singing the lyrics to ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, with one club staff member insisting they were going to send the video of him singing to Noel Gallagher.
A wild Pep Guardiola was spotted smoking and singing Oasis in Manchester City’s title party
Guardiola had a large cigar in his hand and belted out the lyrics to ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’
City clinched the title on May 11 after Manchester United had lost 2-1 at home to Leicester City. Guardiola’s side still had three games left to play but still celebrated their title win as a group.
The Spanish head coach confirmed that all of the City squad and staff went to the City Football Academy after Leicester’s victory to begin the celebrations, with Guardiola claiming his favourite moment of the night was when the food arrived to sober him up.
Recalling the night, Guardiola told a press conference last week: ‘We trained a bit, we danced, laughed, remembered how good it was. 10-15 pizzas arrived too which was the best moment!
In the video, Guardiola insisted the footage was being sent to Oasis lead singer Noel Gallagher
When asked what his favourite slice of pizza was, Guardiola joked: ‘I don’t know. I was not in my perfect condition to decide which one I ate! But I think all of them was so good!
‘Here in England, the parties are always just alcohol not food. I don’t understand why. But in that moment it was perfect. It was a nice moment all-together, we celebrated really good.’
Despite wrapping up the Premier League title this month, which added to their Carabao Cup triumph in April, City still have the Champions League final against Chelsea on May 29.
Guardiola will lift his third and City’s fifth Premier League title at the end of this week
It is City’s first time in the European club showpiece event, with the Champions League trophy eluding two-time winner Guardiola for a decade.
Before that, City travel to Brighton on Tuesday for their penultimate Premier League match of the season and face Everton in their final league game on May 23.
City will receive the Premier League trophy after their match with the Toffees, which will be played in front of 10,000 supporters.
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