Manchester City have swaggered to a 2-0 victory away to Bournemouth, as Guardiola's City reacquaint themselves with the 'slickers' part of their moniker.
Guardiola was notably less irritable after the game, as City finally fin a bit of form after their hideous winter.
As Guardiola jogged onto the pitch to embrace and congratulate his players, he also sought out Irish midfielder Harry Arter.
Pep embraced the Bournemouth midfielder, and they engaged in quite a lengthy chat. A couple of lip-readers reckon Pep said "I'm so sorry for what happened". It is likely a reference to the stillborn death of Arter's baby daughter in 2015. Arter somehow played against Manchester United the day after death, but her memory has never left him: his right arm bears a tattoo with his daughter's name - Renee - and the date of her death: 10-12-2015
It's lovely, and you can watch it below.
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