PEP GUARDIOLA looked straight out of Peaky Blinders as he descended upon London with his Manchester City stars.
The Spaniard donned a flat cap, made famous in the TV show to inspire thousands of fashionistas across the country, as he caught a train from Manchester to the capital.
David Silva and Bernardo Silva looked like they were feeling the cold as they marched into the station ahead of tonight’s game with Tottenham.
While Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling shared a smile together, with both hoping to get the nod against Mauricio Pochettino’s men.
However, it was Guardiola who stole the show as he arrived for the train with his fashionable attire.
He appeared to be in good spirits despite earlier concerns about the pitch at Wembley.
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Pictures show the field looking more like a cabbage patch than a football pitch.
And staff have been working overtime to get things ready for tonight’s crunch Premier League clash.
The state of the pitch may force Guardiola into making one or two changes, with the dug-up grass sure to affect his usual tiki-taka style.
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