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Jack Grealish stopped in the mixed zone to speak and take a picture with a student in classy moment

Nasir Jabbar

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Jack Grealish stopped in the mixed zone to speak and take a picture with a student in classy moment

Jack Grealish stopped in the mixed zone to speak and take a picture with a UCFB student in a classy moment following England's victory over Malta.

Grealish was an unused substitute in England's 2-0 victory over Malta at Wembley Stadium on Friday.

Goals from Enrico Pepe (own-goal) and Harry Kane saw the Three Lions secure a comfortable win in their penultimate Euro 2024 qualifier.

Even though the Manchester City star didn't feature against Malta, he garnered attention following the result as he showed his class. Check it out below:

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The 28-year-old stopped in the mixed zone and bumped into UCFB student Tom, who's a Manchester United fan.

They conversed about last month's Manchester derby, which the Blues won 3-0 at Old Trafford.

Tom praised the way Man City play football and hailed Grealish's ability on the ball.

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Grealish then posed for a picture with Tom, who continued to reveal his admiration for Man City and the player.

He also asked Tom about his ambitions to be a journalist after he revealed he was in the final year of his studies.

The England international joked he would do an interview with him in the future, hilariously saying: "As long as you don't say bad stuff about me."

Grealish, who has played 13 games in all competitions for Man City this season, will be hoping for some minutes when England take on North Macedonia next Monday.

Featured Image Credit: @jamesstdenis99

Topics: Jack Grealish, England, Manchester City, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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