Man City fans left in shock by Bernardo Silva’s post-game ‘cheat meal’ as they call him ‘another N’Golo Kante’ | The Sun
MANCHESTER CITY fans have been left in shock after finding out what Bernardo Silva’s post-game treat is.
The City star was asked what his go-to cheat meal is after a game and he gave a pretty unpredictable answer.
Fans were expecting him to reveal that he loves an Indian takeaway or a greasy pizza, but the reality is much more mundane.
Speaking to SportBible, Bernardo said: “I don’t have one, let’s say bread and butter, I don’t know if that counts? And some ham. Does that count? I don’t have it!”
The Portuguese playmaker has left fans stunned with the revelation that he keeps it simple with some bread, butter and ham.
And many of them took to social media to give their hilarious reactions to the boring snack.
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One said: “Bernardo’s cheat meal is just some bread, butter and ham??? What does he eat in his daily routine?!”
Whilst another added: “If Bread and butter is his cheat meal, what does the brother eat on a regular??"
A third fan commented: “Bernardo is so wholesome.”
Whilst a fourth joked that his humble approach to a cheat meal makes him similar to N’Golo Kante, they said: “Bernardo is another Kante..humble guy.”
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The 29-year-old’s rather bland culinary choice is wildly different from that of one of his team-mates.
When fellow Cityzen Jack Grealish was asked the same question he revealed he opts for a Chinese takeway post-game and racks up an impressive £53.50 order.
He said: “Yeah, I love Chinese, man. After every game I get one. I go to Wing’s in Manchester.
“I usually get a takeaway. I have Singapore chow mein, I have egg fried rice, I have salt and pepper chips, I have salt and pepper prawns and then curry sauce.
“I then mix it all in and have a big free for all.”
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