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After Manchester United lost 2-1 to Leicester City last night, the Portugal midfielder has become a Premier League champion for the third time since moving to England in 2017.
The only season in which he hasn't lifted the Premier League trophy was in 2019/20, when Liverpool won a first league title for 30 years.
City's defeat to Chelsea in June handed Liverpool the crown and the sky blues then gave a guard of honour ahead of their 4-0 win against the Reds at the Etihad a few days later.
Silva was on the bench for the game and triggered Liverpool supporters by showing a lack of interest in applauding the champions.
Unlike his colleagues, Silva didn't clap at all and slowly sipped the hot drink he had.
And having posted a picture of him with a replica Premier League trophy with a coffee machine in the background last night, City fans reckon Bernardo knew what he was doing.
In August, following City's 3-1 Champions League quarter final defeat to Lyon, the former Monaco man called out Liverpool fans in a series of tweets.
Silva and City are in line to receive a guard of honour from Newcastle ahead of Friday night's game at St James' Park.
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