Match officials in England need to do some-more to strengthen players, according to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
The Spaniard done a idea after City’s winning run had come to finish with a goalless pull during Crystal Palace on Sunday. The compare saw several large challenges, many important among them was a bad tackle on Kevin De Bruyne from Jason Puncheon that resulted in a Belgian being stretchered off.
Reports advise De Bruyne is not severely injured, though Guardiola highlighted a issue, observant referees need to keep a check on such play.
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“I admire a physicality of a league, though they [the FA] know accurately what they have to do,” Guardiola said. “People concentration on diving and this kind of thing, and that’s OK.
“But a hit is some-more authorised here than other countries, and that’s OK too, though there are limits. We were propitious opposite Tottenham [with injuries] and opposite Newcastle and currently we saw what happened.
“They don’t have to change a approach they play here – that’s because it is so nice, they play in opposite ways in opposite countries. But there is a line and when we go over that it can be dangerous. The arbitrate has to follow a manners though also strengthen a players.
“The football is quicker and a movement is great, a players don’t wish to harm any other though there are moments, and afterwards players can be out for a prolonged time.”
Meanwhile, City demeanour expected to be but striker Gabriel Jesus for adult to dual months after a striker was replaced early on during Selhurst Park.
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The Brazilian brazen was in tears on a sidelines and left a venue on crutches, with Guardiola suggesting that he would hopefully usually be out for “one or dual months.”