Manchester City administrator, Pep Guardiola, didn’t go into the changing area or address his players, after they were dumped out of the Champions League a week ago.
City were beaten 3-1 by Lyon, in the wake of yielding two late Moussa Dembele goals.
Kevin De Bruyne had earlied counterbalanced Maxwell Cornet’s opener.
The thrashing implied City were dispensed with from the quarter-last stage for a third season straight, having risen enormous top picks during the small scale competition in Lisbon.
City defender, Aleksander Zinchenko, has now opened up on Guardiola’s response after the full-time whistle.
Zincheko told his partner, Vlada Seden, on her YouTube channel: “Guardiola didn’t even enter the locker room, and didn’t say a word after the match. What is there to say, if everything is clear?
“It’s a shame for David Silva and Claudio Bravo – they played their last match for Manchester City. We wanted to win first of all for them.”