Benjamin Mendy's had a very good start to life in the Premier League but his best work has still been on social media. On Wednesday night his teammate got revenge for Mendy's antics.

Last season Benjamin Mendy was part of the ridiculously impressive Monaco team that won the French league and made it to the Champions League semi-final, beating Manchester City on the way.

Unfortunately their success shone a light on all their talent and they lost Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Tiémoué Bakayoko and Kylian Mbappe.

Benjamin Mendy

Pep Guardiola was desperate to land the full-back in the summer and made him the most expensive defender ever. Image: PA

Mendy became the most expensive defender ever joining Manchester City and so far he's been value for money for his social media alone.

On Saturday, after City beat Liverpool, the Frenchman was up to his usual by hilariously mocking his teammate Kyle Walker on Twitter:

But it hasn't taken the English right-back long to get revenge on his new teammate. After Wednesday night's victory over Feyenoord in the Champions League it was Walker's time to take to Twitter.

The former Spurs man mocked Mendy for being nutmegged by a Feyenoord player:

Mendy took it well and fans were loving it too:

City won the match pretty easily, coming out on top 4-0, with Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus both bagging whilst John Stones also bagged a brace.

As long as the banter continues to be as good as the football we'll all be happy!

Ryan Sidle

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