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Jack Grealish says he's 'speechless' then proceeds to use F-bomb in hilarious CBS interview

Jack Grealish says he's 'speechless' then proceeds to use F-bomb in hilarious CBS interview

Jack Grealish spoke to Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards after Man City secured a place in the Champions League final.

Jack Grealish was rendered "speechless" after Manchester City secured a place in the Champions League final, although he accidentally dropped the F-bomb during an entertaining post-match interview.

The 27-year-old England international, who has been one of City's standout performers for large parts of the season, was once again at his very best against reigning European champions Real Madrid.

In fact, such is his brilliant form in Europe, Grealish has now overtaken Frank Lampard as the record-holder for most chances created by an English player in a single Champions League campaign [35].

It has been a season to remember, both on and off the pitch, for the in-form Grealish, who has also earned a reputation for his down to earth interviews with BT Sport and CBS, amongst others.

And after the full-time whistle, the City forward joined Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards on the Etihad touchline to speak about a game that was dominated from start to finish by Pep Guardiola's side.

After embracing the likes of Henry, a player he watched growing up, Grealish opened up on how he was feeling after such a monumental result.

"I'm a bit speechless at the moment," he said. "I don't really know what to say. I'm f****** pumped.... I'm buzzing."

After Carragher responded with a brief “Oi!”, former Arsenal forward Henry interrupted the party by saying: "Hey Jack, you took my spot man!" – a remark that brought a wonderful response from the City man. "Anything for you!"

Henry added: “If you win the final, you get to stay here!"

Grealish finished the interview by thanking Jamie Carragher. “Cheers for putting me in your team of the year!”

You can watch the full interview on CBS Sports' YouTube channel below.

Earlier this week, Carra picked his combined Manchester United and Manchester City 'treble' team alongside fellow pundit Gary Neville – a side that featured Peter Schmeichel, Jaap Stam, David Beckham and Roy Keane.

The former Liverpool defender also picked City pair Ilkay Gundogan and Grealish – a decision that sparked plenty of reaction from Neville, who was bemused at him leaving out Ryan Giggs.

"This wasn't on who was the best player over their whole career, it was just on that season, that's how I judged it," Carragher said. "Ryan Giggs obviously had that famous goal but I just think Grealish has got better numbers.

"Five goals, seven assists, Giggs had three goals, one assist in that season, in the league, that's why I've gone for him."

Neville responded: "Ohhhh [groans]. What about Scholes, what happened with him and Gundogan? You've just gone off goals and assists with Giggs and Grealish. Scholes had 22 goals and assists that season.

"He played 51 matches, what part of that season did he not play? I'm not going to entertain the conversation."

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Featured Image Credit: CBS Sports

Topics: Jack Grealish, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Jamie Carragher, Thierry Henry, Micah Richards, Champions League