The ex-Barcelona boss professed his innocence after City's win, claiming that he had in fact complimented Redmond and the Englishman has broken his silence on the incident.
'I was telling Nathan Redmond how good he is at the end, ' he said after City's 2-1 win.
Well, despite the fact that the FA deemed the incident deserving of an explanation, it has been revealed by Redmond himself that there was, in fact, no malice in the conversation between him and Pep.
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But, just when it looked as though City were set to drop their first points since the 2nd day of the season, man of the moment Raheem Sterling popped up with the decisive goal for the second game running, this time a full 6 minutes into injury-time. "I said to Nathan: 'You are a good player and you have to attack'".
The Spaniard added: "I can not control myself. I have to do that, hopefully I can improve". Redmond issued a statement on Twitter in response to growing media speculation, confirming "nothing negative or offensive was said". "I admire him as a player and say thank you for his comments but if the FA want my statement again I am able to explain whatever they want".
'You are asking me one question, if I am surprised.
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He added: "I've faced this kind of team a lot in my career and I have to think how to beat them. It's not a problem". "But they didn't want to play, they were time-wasting from the ninth minute". "Yes he was very passionate, intense and aggressive but he was only very complimentary and positive to me".
Speaking at a news conference to preview Sunday's Premier League game against West Ham, Guardiola was asked whether he regretted his actions and simply replied: "Yes". That led to suggestions that Guardiola might have been undermining Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino but the City boss has denied this. Hojbjerg told Redmond such behaviour was not unusual and, if Guardiola liked a player, it did not matter whether they played for his side.
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