Jack Grealish Stole The Mic To Deliver A Kyle Walker Diss So Cold, Even Pep Guardiola Was In Tears
City were crowned champions after a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa and their celebrations kicked off on Monday evening.
After a tour of Manchester, the players and coaching staff returned to the Etihad Stadium for one final presentation.
Riyad Mahrez was chatting to Kyle Walker and asked who had beaten the defender in 1v1 duels in his career.
"[Kylian] Mbappe? Neymar?", he asks. Mahrez then belts out "Jack?" before Grealish takes the mic.
As cool as you like, the 26-year-old says: "Me when I was at Aston Villa, that's why Pep signed me."
Cameras then cut to Guardiola and his staff who burst into a fit of laughter. There are very few characters in football like Grealish.
Fans have reacted to the clip and they're hoping the content just keeps coming.
One commented: "Grealish is having the time of his life lmao."
Another tweeted: "Jack has all the jokes man I love it."
A third added: "Grealish is WASTED bruh."
While someone said: "Stop it that's a violation."
It should come as no surprise the England international was here to party. He arrived on stage with a vodka coke and beer in each hand. Standard.
While on the open top bus earlier this evening, he even had a jokey dig at teammate Bernardo Silva.
Silva was substituted with the score 2-0 to Villa on Sunday and it was the catalyst of City's comeback.
Ilkay Gundogan, who replaced Silva, scored either side of Rodri's effort to bring the title to Manchester for a fourth time in five years.
Grealish thanking Bernardo for coming off yesterday, i’m crying 😭pic.twitter.com/YGE6hKcvkp— 𝓛𝓮𝓮🍊 (@IeeSZN) May 23, 2022
Jack Grealish is absolutely loving the party 🤣 🏆 pic.twitter.com/MOb8W3JPEJ— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 23, 2022
Grealish declared: "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!"
Grealish joined City from boyhood side Villa in a £100 million deal last summer and he's found it tricky settling in.
He was the star player at Villa, but knows he has to fit into Guardiola's system and buy into his style of play to make it at City.
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