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A 'P**sed Up' Jack Grealish Just Caused Chaos At Man City's Title Parade With Hilarious Speech

A 'P**sed Up' Jack Grealish Just Caused Chaos At Man City's Title Parade With Hilarious Speech

This is hilarious.

Jack Grealish looked a little worse for wear while delivering a hilarious speech at Manchester City's Premier League title parade.

City were crowned champions for a fourth time in five years on Sunday after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Aston Villa.

It's Grealish's first trophy since arriving from Villa in a £100 million deal last summer and he's enjoying the celebrations.

The 26-year-old was in attendance for City's open top bus parade on Monday and whoever decided to give him a microphone, you have our thanks.

Grealish had his teammates in stitches after joking about Bernardo Silva's performance this past weekend, thanking him for coming off the pitch.

He said, after clearly having a few: "I said earlier on the coach, it's been brilliant to win my first title. I want to thank everyone. But the main person I want to thank is Bernardo Silva for coming off in the 70th minute.

"He was miles off it yesterday!"

Pure box-office entertainment from the England international.

Fans have reacted to the clip and they think it could be the funniest thing they've watched all season.

One commented: "Wait does he actually sound like that or did he celebrate too much last night??"

Another said: "Such a breath of fresh air as a footballer in the media."

A third tweeted: "Ffs I love this guy so much why couldn’t he come to us?"

While someone put: "He's actually steaming and sounds like Sean Dyche."

Grealish has had a tough first season in Manchester, scoring six goals and registering four assists in 39 games.

Manager Pep Guardiola has solid track record with improving players and Grealish will be eager to offer more in his second campaign.

City had to do it the hard way against Villa and were 2-0 down with 15 minutes to go.

Matty Cash's header and Philippe Coutinho's second half effort had the Etihad Stadium sweating.

Pep Guardiola's side were down, but not out. Second half substitute Ilkay Gundogan scored a header of his own to half the deficit and Rodri placed a lovely effort into the bottom left corner to make it 2-2.


Gundogan popped up to score the winner nine minutes from time to seal victory.

If City had lost the game, the title would've gone to Liverpool who beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 in their final fixture.

Featured Image Credit: Manchester City

Topics: Manchester City, Jack Grealish, Premier League