"I said [to the referee] I apologise because i couldn't control it, I was so happy like all the fans and players. If they don't believe me, I don't know what I am doing here".
Redmond posted the statement in response to an article published on the Sun's website, which featured a lip reader claiming Guardiola had called Redmond a "wanker" and had accused him of "taking me for a mug".
"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". Everyone wants to win the game, definitely.
Raheem Sterling secured City's 13th win in the league with a miraculous goal, and the Spanish coach celebrated the victory like never before.
"It's so complicated when teams defend with ten players".
Pep Guardiola asked by FA to explain Nathan Redmond exchange
"I think he's saying "You're a fantastic player, you're playing in a team that's played very negatively today, why are you playing like that", Sherwood told The Debate. I understand completely to attack with the set pieces. This season, however, Citizens earned all three points thanks to a late victor from Raheem Sterling.
Reports have suggested City are trying to tie Sterling to a longer-term contract to add to his existing two-and-a-half year deal.
"Nothing negative or offensive was said towards me from Pep and that's what makes him one of the best managers in world football". All the credit goes to him. Guardiola said: "I have played against millions of managers and the different ways they play".
"We tried to help him, the individual performances, it's no secret".
The Sky Blues' next outing will see them host West Ham United on Sunday, where they'll look to continue their title charge with another win.