PEP GUARDIOLA has left Real Madrid fans fuming after last night’s Champions League drubbing.

The Manchester City boss masterminded an incredible 4-0 win over Real at the Etihad on Wednesday.

Pep Guardiola deleted a picture celebrating Man City's 'four' goals over Real Madrid


Pep Guardiola deleted a picture celebrating Man City’s ‘four’ goals over Real MadridCredit:
The pic enraged Real fans as it appeared to be a nod to Barcelona icon Gerard Pique


The pic enraged Real fans as it appeared to be a nod to Barcelona icon Gerard PiqueCredit: Getty

And Guardiola toasted the win by posting – and promptly deleting – a “four” photo in a nod to Barcelona icon Gerard Pique.

The result saw City set up a Champions League final showdown against Inter Milan next month in their hunt for the Treble.

And Real’s season is now over after they also surrendered their LaLiga title to Barcelona.

Ex-Nou Camp boss Guardiola celebrated in style after the game.

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The Spaniard was joined his brother Pere, City chief Khaldoon Al Mubarak and ex-Argentina president Mauricio Macri for a post-match drink.

Others in the picture included Martin Edelman, Abdulla Khouri, Alberto Galassi, Joan Patsy and Manel Estiarte.

The group then posed for a photo where they all flashed the number four using their fingers.

However, the picture received an instant backlash from Real Madrid fans.

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And it was swiftly deleted from Guardiola’s social media accounts.

The celebration appeared to be inspired by a similar one from Pique, who held up five fingers when Barcelona thrashed Real 5-0 in 2010.

It has since become synonymous with Pique, who has since repeated it throughout his career.

And Real Madrid fans did not hold back with their responses to Guardiola’s snap.

One said: “I hope they lose the final so they keep those four fingers where they can.”

Another declared: “If they put a 1 before, they will be able to understand the greatness of Madrid. Winning 14 will not be seen by your eyes.”

One noted: “They are leaving a lot to be desired as always. Pep’s style is like that.”

Another simply added: “Vamos Inter.”

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