New footage of spat between Erling Haaland and Giovanni Lo Celso

New footage of spat between Erling Haaland and Giovanni Lo Celso after Man City’s thrilling 3-3 draw with Tottenham emerges… as Pep Guardiola is left FURIOUS by the Spurs star’s conduct at full-time

  • Erling Haaland and Giovani Lo Celso had a spat after the full-time whistle 
  • Spurs secured a point against City on Sunday evening with the game ending 3-3 
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New footage has shed light on the furious post-match spat between Erling Haaland and Giovani Lo Celso following Manchester City’s 3-3 draw with Tottenham. 

The defending Premier League champions dropped points for a third successive game, this time against an injury-hit Spurs outfit who twice came from behind. 

But City were most enraged by the referee Simon Hooper’s decision to bring the action back for a free-kick after initially signaling to play on as Jack Grealish ran through on goal in the dying moments. 

Haaland was among the City players who berated the official in the immediate aftermath of the decision and those emotions were still very much at the surface when the final whistle was blown and the Norwegian angrily departed the field. 

On his way to the tunnel Haaland clashed with Lo Celso before the pair had to be separated by their respective teammates with them hurling abuse at each other as  the row threatened to become physical.

New footage has emerged that sheds light on the reason for Haaland and Lo Celso’s spat

Haaland couldn’t help but respond to the Spurs midfielder which quickly caused the situation to escalate

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New footage has added further clarification to the reason for the fracas and highlighted that the Argentine took issue with Haaland’s shoulder barge as he stormed off the pitch. 

Haaland then reacted to Lo Celso’s comment with a barrage of insults before Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou attended to the City star, while Pep Guardiola had words with Spurs’ attacking midfielder. 

Haaland’s mood on the night was not helped by his individual performance which included two inexplicable misses before Tottenham found their leveller at the Etihad. 

Son Heung-min had opened the scoring after six minutes before he put through his own net and a Phil Foden strike gave Man City a 2-1 advantage at half-time. 

Lo Celso then equalised in the 69th minute, with Jack Grealish regaining City’s lead ten minutes from time ahead of Kulusevski’s 90th-minute equaliser.

Manchester City’s next outing is a trip to Aston Villa on Wednesday night, 24 hours before Tottenham’s next game at home to London rivals West Ham. 

Haaland appeared to be the City player most enraged by referee Simon Hooper’s blunder in the final moments of the game


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