Pep Guardiola put footballing rivalries aside on Saturday morning after holing a terrific chip shot from the rough during a charity golf event.
The Manchester City manager is one of a number of notable names taking part in a Ryder Cup-style Icons of Football golf tournament at The Belfry.
Guardiola was paired with former Manchester United captain Ryan Giggs in a Rest of the World team that is being captained by this year’s Ryder Cup captain, Darren Clarke.
Manchester City boss Guardiola proved he is a dab-hand around the golf course with an impressive chip from the rough.
A delighted Guardiola celebrates the shot with a little jig before turning to hug his partner, Ryan Giggs.
The 46-year-old has recently predicted he will be “a god” next season, with City looking to add a number of new signings to their squad.
“We will be better next season. I know always when you win you are a god and it’s good,” said the former Barcelona manager.
“I was so happy in Manchester, being manager there and that’s why I will be so delighted to return on July 10 and start again. I still enjoyed it a lot last season,” he added.