Pep Guardiola was spotted dancing hilariously on the pitch during Manchester City’s Premier League title celebrations.
The Spaniard won his fifth league title with the club on Sunday. City had to work hard for their third successive triumph, having trailed Arsenal by eight points in April before going 12 games unbeaten.
And the manager celebrated in his usual fashion – by showing off some seriously wacky moves on the pitch.
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City were deep into their on-field celebrations when a slow motion clip of Guardiola dancing was shown on Sky Sports. The 52-year-old wore a City jersey with ‘Champions 23’ on the back as he and another member of staff grooved by waving their arms by their sides.
And fans were left in awe of their usually serious manager letting loose as they took to Twitter to comment on his funky dancing.
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One Twitter user wrote: “Pep dancing kills me,” while another tweeted: “I CANT PEP IS DANCING.”
A third added: “Guardiola knows how to train and he knows how to dance too.”
Yet the City boss has been no stranger to showing off his dance moves in the past. Last year, he celebrated two consecutive titles by showcasing the exact same naff moves on stage after being egged on by fans.
And three years ago, the legendary manager owned the stage at another title celebration by boogying to Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating'.
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