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BBC decided to go to City star Foden's former primary school in Stockport to get some opinions - with one lad grabbing all the attention.
"You are a [Manchester] United fan, aren't you?" The reporter asked, likely hoping for some kind of allegiance to Foden.
"Yes," the pupil responded with a smirk on his face.
"Are you rooting for [Manchester] City despite that?" The reporter then replied back.
In an instant however, the lad replied: "No, I hope Chelsea absolutely leather them."
Brilliant stuff. The grimace from BBC's reporter just adds to the drama.
Probably not the kind of answer he was expecting on a calm Friday morning.
Fans have reacted to the kid and his savage opinion and they think it's an example of perfect parenting.
Hahaha. That's all we had as kids. Hoping the opposition batter United, whilst we were shit. Good lad.- Dean (@deano66mcfc) May 28, 2021
To that kid's parents. You've raised him right!!!- Graham Winstanley (@Grahamwinstanl4) May 28, 2021
I'm sure he'd blagged the reporter cos before that he'd bigged up how Foden has made the big time and then suckered him at the end.. :ok_hand:- Scott (@scottlley) May 28, 2021
Good head on his shoulders, this kid. Lol- Stop Savin Chat (@FootballRenais1) May 28, 2021
This kids going straight to the top- Brunos Bro :beginner: (@brunos_bro) May 28, 2021
Should Chelsea manage to 'leather' City, it'll be their first Champions League triumph since 2012 and cap a remarkable first season for manager Thomas Tuchel.
Meanwhile, City are entering their first Champions League final after previously reaching the semis in 2016.
Pep Guardiola is regarded as one of the world's top managers, but hasn't won the Champions League since 2011 with Barcelona.
Who do you think will win the Champions League? City or Chelsea?
Let us know in the comments... even if you want someone to get leathered.
Featured Image Credit: BBC Sport
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