Bernardo Silva Refused To Clap Liverpool Players During Awkward 'Guard Of Honour'
Manchester City gave newly-crowned Premier League champions Liverpool a guard of honour at the Etihad on Thursday afternoon, but plenty of people spotted Bernardo Silva's activity during the gesture - or lack of it.
As the likes of Phil Foden and Nicolas Otamendi clapped beside him, Silva just stared at the opposition and sipped his drink before quickly leaving the scene.
You can see footage from the Etihad stands below.
Bernardo Silva is a Manchester City Ultra pic.twitter.com/b44GghbtfF- ℝ :night_with_stars: (@SuperbiaCity) July 2, 2020
Silva's actions before kick-off certainly didn't go unnoticed. Here's how social media reacted to the incident.
Bernardo Silva is that dad who doesn't like you and barely acknowledges your presence when you come over to visit his daughter pic.twitter.com/ulnzHd2eCd- Alexis Monteith :flag_jm::flag_it: (@AlexisMonteith) July 3, 2020
Bernardo Silva is me at every family function that my Mum forced me to attend pic.twitter.com/neHrwTB2VI- Shruti Sadbhav (@ShrutiSadbhav) July 3, 2020
Look at Bernardo Silva drinking while the rest are clapping. That's my GOAT https://t.co/ehGQGO6lUl- Mr Robot is Top 5 (@_ATTG_) July 3, 2020
Bernardo silva neckin his brew couldn't look less arsed if he tried pic.twitter.com/GojJmPg36h- Millie:crystal_ball: (@xMILLIETAYLORx) July 3, 2020
Goals from Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden and an Alex Oxlade-Chamberlan own goal sealed a dominant 4-0 win for the home side as Jurgen Klopp's side suffered another disappointing result away from Anfield.
After the match, Sky Sports' interviewer Shreeves spoke to the German manager about the loss and it's fair to say he wasn't happy.
. @GeoffShreeves :speaking_head: "At 0-0 did you have good chances?"- Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 2, 2020
Jurgen Klopp :speaking_head: "You ask me? why are you asking me? you watched the game completely calm why are you asking me?" pic.twitter.com/zGudulNeqN
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