Watch the video of Manchester City players chant about Liverpool following Premier League triumph.
Manchester City edged Liverpool to Premier League trophy on Sunday by beating Brighton and Hove Albion 4-1. The Blues secured their second league title on a trot, but they completely lost their head while travelling back.
While travelling back to Manchester, City players were caught mocking Liverpool by chanting ‘Allez Allez Allez’. City fans usually have their version of mocking Liverpool for their failure in the Champions League last season, but some of the chants from the footage seems so hurting to everybody associated with football.
The players were caught singing ‘Kompany injured Salah’ in the own version of that song. Besides, ‘Getting battered in the streets’ refers to Sean Cox, who was beaten by Roma fan last year. He spent nearly a year on coma.
MAN CITY PLAYERS CHANT ABOUT LIVERPOOL
Watch the video of Manchester City players chant about Liverpool while on their way back from Brighton.
— YourMCFC (@YourMCFC) May 14, 2019
Those two lines including ‘Kompany injured Salah’ and ‘getting battered in the streets’ came as a shock to the footballing world.
None of the footballers will want their fellow professionals to get injured, but these City players have abused Salah, who was competing with Manchester City title for the Premier League trophy and nothing else.
If that chant does not indicate Sean Cox, many Liverpool fans were beaten by Ukranian hooligans in the streets before the Champions League finals last year. It is a shame, nonetheless.
Following the victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford in 2017, City players were loudly chanting ‘Park the bus, Park the Bus Man United.’ which is totally out of respect to the Red Devils. There was a furious exchange between Ederson and Jose Mourinho in the dressing room. In the post-match press conference, Mourinho said that it was ‘totally out of respect’ when he was asked about this incident.
This has not stopped and Man City players prove their unprofessionalism yet again.