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Jack Grealish has confirmed he doesn't have a clue what "a fabulously symmetrical face" means as he watched back the viral clip.
Earlier this week, Manchester City posted a hilarious video where they were given a unique welcome to "training camp" by "the President of the Greeters Guild, a character played by comedian Troy Hawke.
He gave a number of brilliant compliments to City players and staff and the very best came to Grealish, who had no idea what was going on.
His face was one of pure of confusion as he replied, "I have what?" in his thick Brummie accent and touched his face. When the sentence was repeated, he thanked the chap for his comment and walked off.
In the latest episode of the City on Tour series following the Premier League champions in the United States, Grealish was asked about the comical moment he was involved in.
"I don't have a scooby who he was! I've walked off the coach and I wasn't really concentrating," City's No.10 said.
"Then he said you have a fabulously symmetrical face and to be honest I didn't really know what that meant."
Scott Carson, also on the show alongside Bernardo Silva, chimed in by saying, "There's a shock!".
Grealish continued: "And then I thought is he from the airport? I thought it was just some random guy. Then I thought is he mugging me off here? I didn't have a scooby - I didn't know what was going on!
"I thought he worked for the airport and when I got through the airport everyone was saying he said stuff to everyone. I weren't too pleased."
The England star has had all his friends and family rinsing him for the video, adding, "I've been sent it about two hundred times. Everyone was just laughing. My mum was a bit embarrassed actually."
Grealish and City are back in action on Thursday as they take on Mexican side Club America at the NRG Stadium in Houston Texas.
Much like those on the United Kingdom in recent times, they've had to deal with some serious heat - to the point where Grealish had to be cooled down by his manager Pep Guardiola.