Manchester Metropolis have made a grievance to Liverpool after alleging a house fan spat at their backroom workers inthe first-half of the 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Supervisor Pep Guardiola mentioned he was not conscious of the incident on the time however was subsequently notified.
“They [the staff] instructed me however I did not see it,” he mentioned after the sport, which noticed his facet come from behind to attract.
“I am fairly certain Liverpool FC will take measures in opposition to this particular person. I do know they’re higher than this behaviour.”
In an exciting recreation on Merseyside, Metropolis twice got here from behind to assert some extent, with Kevin de Bruyne levelling the second time after Mohamed Salah’s excellent solo objective had put the Reds forward.
It was not with out on-field controversy, although, with Guardiola furiously remonstrating with the officers for what he felt ought to have been a second yellow card and dismissal for Liverpool full-back James Milner.
Milner’s foul on Bernardo Silva simply earlier than Salah’s objective went unpunished, with Guardiola himself later booked for his protests.
The draw leaves Metropolis third within the desk on 14 factors, some extent and a spot worse off than Liverpool and two factors behind leaders Chelsea.