The VAR review's decision to downgrade Trippier's red card did not win his support.
After five minutes, Gundogan gave Man City the lead, but Almiron equalized with 28 remaining after VAR determined the Paraguayan was not offside. Just before halftime, Wilson scored to make it 2-1, and Trippier's outstanding free kick made it 3-1 for Newcastle. On the hour mark, Haaland restored one point, and four minutes later, Bernardo Silva made it 3-3.
After a VAR review, the referee downgraded Trippier's red card for a tackle on De Bruyne that occurred with 15 minutes remaining to a yellow card. You can hear Guardiola's comments in the video up top! He was not pleased with the choice!
Newcastle has five points after three games, while Man City has seven points.
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