Fans can't believe Man City star Bernardo Silva's go-to cheat meal
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Manchester City star Bernardo Silva has revealed his go-to cheat meal and left fans baffled in the process.
In March, Silva's teammate Jack Grealish said he orders the same £56 meal after every game at the Etihad Stadium.
The former Aston Villa skipper loves a chinese from Spinningfields' Wing's Restaurant and gets stuck in to Singapore chow mein, egg-fried rice, salt and pepper chips, salt and pepper prawns and curry sauce.
The same question was put to both Rodri and Silva in a recent exclusive interview with SPORTbible, with the former admitting he enjoys a post-game pizza.
However, Portugal international Silva doesn't like indulging in big meals and will instead keep in nice and plain.
"I don’t have one," he said.
"Let’s say bread and butter, I don’t know if that counts? And some ham. Does that count? I don’t have it!”
And predictably the fan response to that admission was quite hilarious online.
One joked: "If Bread and butter is his cheat meal, what does the brother eat on a regular??"
A second said: "Bernardo is such a humble guy I like him so much."
A third added: "Bernardo Silva is just a chill guy."
A fourth commented: "Bernardo is another kante..humble guy."A fifth stated: "Bread and butter. Brilliant."
And a final user laughed: "Bernardo is so wholesome, bread and butter as a cheat meal lol."
The duo were also quizzed on their City teammates, with both in agreement that Ruben Dias is the best leader and that Phil Foden is the most skilful.
They each opted for themselves when it came to passing and dribbling respectively, while Manuel Akanji and Kyle Walker were the shouts for the strongest.
Walker was the easiest pick when it came to selecting the fastest player, while Rodri went for himself as the best at both shooting and physical fitness.
Erling Haaland's name only cropped up once, with Bernardo deeming him to be the Norwegian man mountain to be the fittest player at the club.