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Jack Grealish brutally mocks Bernardo Silva after Man City beat Newcastle to reach FA Cup semi-finals

Jack Grealish brutally mocks Bernardo Silva after Man City beat Newcastle to reach FA Cup semi-finals

Grealish didn't miss the chance to poke fun at his two-goal teammate.

Jack Grealish brutally mocked teammate Bernardo Silva after Manchester City booked their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

On Saturday City eased to a 2-0 win against Newcastle in a potential banana skin quarter-final tie at the Etihad Stadium.

The cup holders took a small step closer to retaining the treble they won last season, and in doing so became the first team ever to reach the semi-finals of the competition in six consecutive campaigns.

City took an early lead when Bernardo Silva cut inside and watched his strike take a huge deflection off Dan Burn.

City's second was almost identical; Silva cut inside and dispatched an effort that wrong-footed goalkeeper Martin Dubravka after deflecting off the head of Sven Botman.

City were utterly dominant and were good value for the win, even if their two goals were extremely fortunate.

While the official records will say that Silva was the two-goal hero for Pep Guardiola's side, teammate Jack Grealish was having none of it.

The England star - who was named on the bench after missing the last month with a groin injury - took to Instagram to wind up his colleague about the two 'lucky' goals.

Grealish mocked Bernardo Silva (
@JackGrealish Instagram)

On his Instagram story Grealish posted a photo of Bernardo getting changed in the City dressing room after the match.

The Portuguese star was holding up his two fingers to indicate the two goals he scored, but Grealish wrote over the photo: "They were not his goals!! They were own goals!!"

Grealish and Bernardo have been close friends off the pitch since the Englishman joined the club in 2021.

While Grealish was deemed fit enough to be on the bench by Guardiola, he has not been included in the latest England squad for upcoming friendlies against Brazil and Belgium.

He will instead take part in training with his teammates who haven't received international call ups.

Featured Image Credit: @JackGrealish and Getty

Topics: Manchester City, FA Cup, Bernardo Silva, Jack Grealish, Football, England