A NEW Netflix documentary aired Pep Guardiola's full rant inside the St Mary's dressing room after defeat to Saints

Saints knocked eventual treble-winners City out of the Carabao Cup at the quarter-final stage thanks to a 2-0 victory. 

Sekou Mara and Moussa Djenepo scored the goals as Nathan Jones recorded a much-needed win as the new boss. 

Man City did not muster a single shot on target across the 90 minutes - one of the only times in England for a Guardiola side.

Guardiola, in the away dressing room, launched into a rant at his players, including the likes of Phil Foden and Erling Haaland.

"Tell me the explanation for today. Tell me," the 11-time league-winning boss said.

Daily Echo: A screenshot from Netflix documentary 'Together: Treble Winners'A screenshot from Netflix documentary 'Together: Treble Winners' (Image: Netflix)

"Do you think it’s normal? The way you performed? The problem, you’re starting the problem. In the game, something happens and everyone heads down. There is no one to do something.

"Honestly, do you think it’s normal what today we have done? For this club? Do you think it’s normal?

"For the guys who travel, who don’t have money to pay their heater at home, to come here to follow us to perform this way? Do you think it’s normal? Wow.

"My team is not like that. We’ll be in trouble. We’ll be in trouble. I don’t accept that. Sport, life is body language. How you approach life, how you approach the game.

This is body language, and when you make a bad pass and the other complains like this you can start bad but you have 80 minutes left to play, how do you react?

"‘Ah they scored a goal, ah a second one, oh it’s here, it’s there’. You want to play? You want the ball? You wanna move? You wanna fight? As a brother?"

Daily Echo: Nathan Jones (background) was sacked after eight league gamesNathan Jones (background) was sacked after eight league games (Image: PA)

Guardiola continued: "Down to the earth, everyone guys. Work harder, work better. Be humble, be ambitious. Otherwise, the academy is ready.

"At 12.30, in two days, we go to Old Trafford. They've had 10 years waiting to kill us. Ten years. Ten years to kill us.

"Oh, you prepare? Oh, you prepare well? Because they have something that now, today, you show me we don’t have.

"They have something now that you don’t have. They have hunger. They are starving. We are not.

"Today you show me, the young ones and the senior ones, the new ones and the old ones, you don’t want. You are not hungry. And you have to recover it.

"Because it’s the Carabao Cup. It’s going to happen in the Champions League and Premier League. Maybe I was confused," he added, walking out.

The defeat to Saints prevented Guardiola's Man City from recording a first-ever quadruple trophy win.