The Manchester City manager was handed a two-game suspension after he criticised Swedish official Jonas Eriksson following his side's 2-0 defeat to Barcelona
The Chilean, who subsequently apologised for his comments, claimed the Swede "was not impartial" in City’s 2-0 defeat to Barcelona in the Champions League last month.
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"I repeat, I don't think I deserve three games or two games," he said.
"I said two days after in my press conference that I was wrong in the way I did it.
"But I continue saying that it was not a penalty and that it decided the game and it was a bad day [for the referee], but I don't want to continue.
"If they decide that is the punishment for me, then I will see what I am going to do in future."