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If your Pidgeot was Mega Evolved, then it is not a glitch. Mega Pidgeot has the ability No Guard, meaning that all moves used by the user and all moves used against the user will hit with 100% accuracy. A Pokémon with No Guard can even be hit while using Dig, Dive, Fly, Phantom Force, or Shadow Force. If the opposing Pokémon has No Guard, the same scenario will occur.

If your Pidgeot was not Mega Evolved and the opponent did not have No Guard, then this is definitely a glitch.

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or it could be the opposing pokemon has no guard.
He said that
I added it after he pointed that out XD
Oh btw did you see my answer about your steel type question?
Yes I did.
What you think? (Sorry it took so long to reply to your comment here, was looking at your profile)
Seeing how it was Close combat then it probably was a Machamp
So yea, No Guard
Close combat doublade is the new meta