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Jack Grealish Takes Offence After Teammate Romeo Lavia Praises Kevin De Bruyne In Hilarious Q And A

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Jack Grealish Takes Offence After Teammate Romeo Lavia Praises Kevin De Bruyne In Hilarious Q And A

Manchester City stars Jack Grealish, John Stones and Romeo Lavia have taken part in a hilarious Q and A session, in which they discussed their favourite players growing up, the most nerve-wracking moments of their careers and who has the dodgiest style in Pep Guardiola's squad. Watch the video below:

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A highlight from the video sees Grealish take offence at Lavia praising Kevin De Bruyne instead of him.

When Lavia is asked which player he was most excited to meet when he first joined City from Anderlecht in 2020, the youngster immediately replied: "No doubts Kevin. Because he's Belgian as well."

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Grealish shot back an offended look in the direction of Lavia, despite the fact he actually joined City the following summer from Aston Villa, prompting the young midfielder to reply: "You weren't there bro!"

Credit: Sure UK
Credit: Sure UK
Credit: Sure UK
Credit: Sure UK

England international Grealish was also asked who his favourite player was growing up.

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Speaking at the launch of Sure's new 72 Hour Nonstop Protection Antiperspirant, Grealish replied: "Gabriel Agbonlahor or Lionel Messi."

A perplexed Lavia then asks: "Who's the first one?"

Grealish replies: "Agbonlahor. Remember him on FIFA? Rapid. No?"

Lavia then names Grealish, Kyle Walker and Scott Carson as the funniest players in the City squad to the disbelief of Stones.

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Grealish named former Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor as one of his idols growing up (Image: PA)
Grealish named former Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor as one of his idols growing up (Image: PA)

"You reckon you’re funny?!," Stones said to Grealish.

The former Villa man replied: "Yeah. Quite a bit ain't I?"

Stones also revealed the proudest moments of his career.

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"England debut, first Premier League or first trophy," he said.

Lavia joined City from Anderlecht in 2020 (Image: PA)
Lavia joined City from Anderlecht in 2020 (Image: PA)

Lavia smartly declined to answer who has the dodgiest style in the City squad.

The Belgium U21 international has made only two senior appearances for City and is clearly keen to remain on the good side of his teammates as he looks to secure more game time under Guardiola.

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Featured Image Credit: Sure UK/Manchester City

Topics: Jack Grealish, John Stones, Manchester City, Premier League, Football, Kevin De Bruyne

Rory O'Callaghan
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