Here’s What Man City Players Did After Beating Tottenham

Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus celebrates scoring their second goal with Benjamin Mendy and Kevin De Bruyne.

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Manchester City stars have intriguingly pulled off something cheeky posterior to their 4-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur last night at the Etihad, hence continuing their flashy unbeaten run.

The Citizens have demonstrated disrespect explicitly, as they chanted the Old Trafford outfit parking the bus.

An incantation went up among the members in the dressing room from what began as a mere celebration of the victory over Spurs. They brought up ‘Park the bus, park the bus Man United’ anthem, as Benjamin Mendy filmed the whole scene.

The exhibitions were captured and uploaded to social media via an acquaintance of City defender Benjamin Mendy, Forfana Diacko, who was present at the match.

The Frenchman remained taping till the conclusive chant, which is conspicuously discerned to be a mockery of the Red Devils often operating the style of ‘parking the bus.’

This incident seems to be intended to claim their trivial dominance over Mourinho’s side after being engaged in what seemed to be an awful clash in the tunnel after the Derby.

The fight was discontinued from further escalation owing to the intervention of police forces, separating the two teams from each other. Circumstances akin to these symbolize the rivalry and enmity prevailing within the duo.

Despite the fact that taking it off the pitch is considered a disrespectful act, it portrays the intensity of hatred among each other, and also the faith they place in their crest.

 



Written by Hritwik NE 

Passionate writer, coated in Blue.

 

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