Guardiola has work still to be done at City

The Liverpool team bus arrived at the Etihad without incident accompanied by police

After the first leg, UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Liverpool after the City team bus was attacked on its way to Anfield.

Mohamed Salah helped fire Liverpool into their first Champions League semi final since 2010, and he also left Liverpool fans laughing after his comments during an interview.

City led 1-0 on the night at that stage after Gabriel Jesus's second-minute opener, but the hosts felt aggrieved after Leroy Sane had a second goal wrongly disallowed for offside just before half-time.

He criticised referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz after the match, labelling him "special" and "different", but insisted he had not deserved a red card because he had not insulted the Spanish official.

"When the teams are so equal the impact of these decisions is so big".

UEFA says Guardiola has been charged with "improper conduct" and "dismissal from the bench" during Man City's 2-1 loss on Tuesday.

While Waddle says Liverpool won't want to face the prospect of playing Real Madrid in the last-four, Serie A specialist James Horncastle believes Roma's superb win against Barcelona has sent out a shock wave across Europe. "Whenever people see the things, he will decide the opposite", Guardiola said. He argued that if this wrong decision was not made the game could have had a different scenario.

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Guardiola admitted he was concerned by the appointment of Mateu after he took charge of City's game against Monaco in the last-16 last season and booked Sergio Aguero for a dive when he was caught by goalkeeper Danijel Subasic in the penalty area.

"We didn't play great in the two games, but we congratulate Liverpool". Hopefully they can represent England well in the semi-final.

In his first season, Klopp guided Liverpool to the 2016 Europa League final where they lost to Sevilla but he is now contemplating a leap upwards in terms of quality of opposition.

We have to recover mentally.

"It was all positive, there was nothing negative, but I needed to remind the guys that we had 50 minutes to be in the semi-finals of the Champions League and we needed to give more".

"Over two legs, I really feel we deserve". I was not overly happy at half-time to be honest.

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