To say Pep Guardiola was animated during FC Bayern Munich's opening day win over Borussia Mönchengladbach would be an understatement.
The record German champions started brightly at the Allianz Arena, barely allowing Gladbach a touch of the ball.
As the game wore on, however, the Spanish Bayern tactician and former FC Barcelona boss could be seen becoming increasingly agitated on the touchline.
During the course of the game, Guardiola called several of his players to the dugout
Whatever Guardiola was trying to get his players to do, it didn't always seem to be getting through to them.
Bayern later restored their two-goal advantage through a David Alaba penalty. Not that one could necessarily tell from Guardiola's expression...
Bastian Schweinsteiger lasted 73 minutes against Gladbach. Although 'Schweini' didn't have the best of games, Guardiola clearly appreciated the 29-year-old's efforts
Despite Guardiola's gesticulating, Möchengladbach continued to threaten right until the final whistle,
In the end though, it was 'job well done' for Guardiola and Co. as Bayern held on to secure a 3-1 victory in their first Bundesliga match under the Spanish master tactician
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