Manchester City supervisor and previous Barca boss Guardiola also referred to as on Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to reply to questions after violence broke out right through Catalonia’s unofficial independence referendum.
More than 750 had been injured as safety forces used rubber bullets and baton fees as they clashed with protesters in Barcelona.
Amid the emerging tensions, Barca attempted to get Sunday’s La Liga recreation postponed however after the Spanish League rejected their request, performed at the back of closed doorways and gained Three-Zero.
“I wouldn’t have played it at all,” stated Guardiola.
“But if it needed to be performed, then do it with the general public there – with all of the penalties.
“The photographs don’t lie, there have been individuals who sought after to vote, no longer rob a financial institution, and so they’ve been attacked with violence.
“Spain will attempt to cover the truth however the global’s media will display it.
“The Prime Minister should give solutions.”