The city stars are set to head out for a long night of partying in Istanbul after this The club won the Champions League for the first time by defeating Inter Milan 1-0 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium. They became the second England team to win the treble.
Pep Guardiola and his players had to overcome a difficult Inter side that tested their resolve, but a win in less than 90 minutes gave the winning players plenty of time to head to the celebrations in the Turkish city. was secured.
Footage from inside the dressing room showed England international Grealish participating in the performance. fleetwood mac‘s 1987 hit “Everywhere” added a new word to describe City’s European success.
The 27-year-old full-time winger burst into tears as he expressed his joy at winning Europe’s biggest honour. After the game, I spent a lot of time drinking beer with my teammates.
Manchester City players hold Champions League party celebration
Jack Grealish also joined in playing Fleetwood Mac hits in the dressing room
Erling Haaland finished the celebration in the locker room as he chewed on his winner’s medal and posed with the trophy.
Grealish and City kitman Brandon Ashton (left) have a beer in the dressing room
City manager Pep Guardiola (left) poses on the pitch with the Champions League trophy before returning to the team dressing room
Norwegian team-mate Erling Haaland joined briefly during a social media video toasting City’s victory, before the striker stepped out of the shot and rejoined.
Grealish was known for his love of letting his hair down in the off-season and was one of City’s many players who got their well-deserved beer as soon as they started to realize their achievements.
He posed with City kitman Brandon Ashton over a can of Heineken.
Meanwhile, Haaland managed to snag the iconic trophy that was being circulated in the changing facility and stopped to take a photo that will be loved by supporters around the world.
He also shared a snap of himself chewing on his gold medal, which was shared without a caption in the already-viral post.
Details of the afterparty have been relatively quiet as the players have refused to disclose their plans, but Guardiola said a party was planned with family and friends at the team’s hotel. admitted.
Long-time City employee Riyad Mahrez also took a cheeky look as he spent the time posing for the cameras with his two-handed Champions League silverware, saying ‘Come on in’. Kyle Walker joined us.
Mahrez also spent some one-on-one time with the famous trophy, smiling into the camera’s lens as he lifted it into the air.
Riyad Mahrez (left) and Kyle Walker (right) pose with the Champions League trophy in the dressing room
Kyle Walker (left) poses with a topless Harland (right) live on Instagram in the City locker room
A jubilant Walker also went live on his Instagram channel, giving his 3.5 million followers a glimpse into the life of a Champions League winner and giving insiders a sneak peek into the dressing room antics.
The England full-back ‘disappointed’ to be left on the bench by Guardiola in the finalbut showed no sign of hostility in the aftermath of the victory.
He was between topless Haaland and Portuguese defender Ruben Diaz.
“What a first season,” Walker said in response to the 22-year-old Haaland’s 52nd goal as he raised his fist and laughed back at the camera.
Man City won the Champions League for the first time in club history on Saturday night.
Grealish continued the party towards the team bus with the same Fleetwood Mac song blasting through the speakers.
The two then sarcastically analyzed their achievements, with Walker remarking, “We achieved high notes, just high notes.”
Diaz echoed his teammate’s attitude, casually telling Walker, “It’s just a day in the office, after all.”
Team captain Ilkay Gundogan wasted no time in post-match preparations and was filmed drying himself with a hair dryer as ‘We are the champions’ echoed in the dressing room.
Eventually players began to leave the locker room and Mailsports’ Lewis Steele was in the media mix zone, catching City players walking out with beer as they avoided answering post-match questions.
City star John Stones (left) carries a can of lager as he walks through the mixed zone at Ataturk Stadium
Walker holds up a beer to waiting journalists as he walks out to pick up the team coaches heading back to Istanbul
Grealish was clearly still in the mood for a singalong. He came out of the speakers playing the same song as before, drank beer and danced away.
Dressed in a white team hoodie and jersey bottoms, John Stones toasted the waiting journalists with a can of beer as he walked towards the team coach.
Walker, who opted for the shorts and T-shirt style, followed, similarly holding up a bottle of lager to the crowd and saying “thank you” to reporters.
On the other hand, there was also a chaotic scene after the end of full time. City supporters reportedly realized that no shuttle bus back to Istanbul city center was available for them.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-12181893/Inside-Man-Citys-Treble-party-Jack-Grealish-sings-Fleetwood-Mac-drinking-beer.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Man City’s Champions League party: Jack Grealish singing and drinking beer