Pep Guardiola and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer clashed on the touchline in a heated row during the Manchester derby.
The two locked horns seemingly after an injury to United forward Marcus Rashford.
Solskjaer was intent on bringing in Mason Greenwood for Rashford but was not quick enough for Dean Henderson to kick the ball out of play.
City, who were chasing the game at the time, continued playing to the discontent of the United manager who immediately started exchanging words with Guardiola on the touchline.
A clip of the incident shows the two sharing fist bumps before heatedly exchanging what clearly looked like varying opinions.
Guardiola and Solskjaer’s Respectful Exchange
United went on to win the game 2-0 courtesy of goals from Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw, to end Manchester City’s run of 21 successive wins.
The gap between the two sides was also reduced to 11 points.
In his managerial career, Pep Guardiola has faced a total of 67 managers, with only Solksjaer having a better head to head record than him.
The pair were spotted having a chat long after the full time whistle, an indication that the clash during the game was water under the bridge.
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