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Jack Grealish arrives at Manchester City’s trophy parade in the most Jack Grealish way ever

Jack Grealish arrives at Manchester City’s trophy parade in the most Jack Grealish way ever

Grealish's teammate Ruben Dias was looking after the England international on Monday night.

Ruben Dias came to the rescue when Manchester City teammate Jack Grealish stumbled out of a Manchester tram ahead of their open-top bus parade.

City, who lifted the Champions League trophy on Saturday following a 1-0 win over Inter Milan, were forced to delay their open-top bus parade on Monday night because of poor weather

A statement from the club read: "Due to reports of adverse weather conditions and localised lightning storms, which are expected to reach Manchester city centre shortly, access to the stage show site on Oxford Street will be delayed.

"Gates for the stage show will no longer open at 17:00 and the stage show will not begin at 17:30.

"This decision has been taken in the interests of safety by Manchester City Council in conjunction with the Club and other local stakeholders, who have consulted with meteorologists and the Met Office."

Despite the delay, the City squad embarked on their journey to Deansgate via tram, which provided us with a hilarious scene involving Jack Grealish and Ruben Dias.

As you can see from the footage above, Grealish had difficulty getting off the tram when it arrived at the city centre. "Jack's looking well," the commentator laughed. "He's alive; that's the main thing."

Grealish and his City teammates will celebrate their treble-winning campaign with an open-top bus parade through Manchester city centre on Monday evening.

Pep Guardiola and the squad will depart from Tonman Street, Deansgate, at approximately 18:30 (UK) and travel to St Mary’s Gate.

The parade will then travel through Cross Street and King Street, before finishing on the corner of Princess Street and Portland Street.

A live stage show will take place on Oxford Street, with onstage entertainment starting at 17:30 UK time with the players expected to arrive at approximately 19:30.

On the short tram journey from the Etihad to Manchester's city centre, Grealish could be seen praying to Bernardo Silva, with fans suggesting he was asking the Portuguese midfielder to stay amid rumours of his impending departure.


Featured Image Credit: Manchester City/Twitter

Topics: Jack Grealish, Manchester City, Premier League, Champions League