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Jack Grealish Asks 'Is That England?' When Told To Find Where He's From On A Map

Daniel Marland

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Jack Grealish Asks 'Is That England?' When Told To Find Where He's From On A Map

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Jack Grealish was asked to find where he was born on a map of the United Kingdom and he was like a deer in the headlights.


The Manchester City forward joined Jordan Henderson, James Ward-Prowse and Conor Coady for the activity on England's YouTube channel.

Henderson had to guess where Grealish was from and explained the rules, before telling Grealish to pick it out for himself. You're not prepared for what comes next.

The 26-year-old looks at the map then asks: "What is that England?"

All three players as well as host Emma Louise Jones broke down in laughter as Grealish looked at them all with a smile on his face.

"I've got no chance!" he says as he walks around the back of the map.

Fair play for being honest. Far better than the boyhood Aston Villa fan pinning himself in London.

It's not the first time Grealish has been put on the spot and had a complete brain fart.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Former manager Dean Smith described the City number 10 football knowledge as 'encyclopaedic' and during Euro 2020, Grealish was told about this.

He then admitted he didn't know what the word meant and it was explained to him.

"So, you know everything there is to know about football," the reporter said. "An encyclopaedia is a book that has descriptions of every word and thing in it."

Grealish joined City for £100 million last summer and it's been a tricky debut season.

He's only scored five goals and registered four assists in 38 appearances, but is still likely to win the Premier League.

If City win their final two games, they'll win their fourth league title in five seasons and Grealish says he swapped the Midlands for Manchester to win big trophies.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

He said following Sunday's 5-0 win over Newcastle United: "Hopefully we can all win something. Liverpool is a great team and I don’t think they will be slipping up again if I am honest.

"We have to stay on the ball and go and pick up maximum points.

"For me, the Premier League is the best league in the world. Anything can happen in these remaining games, so we have to stay strong and keep our foot on the pedal.

"We cannot take our foot off it and they are going to be three very tough games and we have to get maximum points if we want to lift the title."

Topics: Manchester City, Jack Grealish, England

Daniel Marland
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