‘British culture at its very best’ - Hilarious Ashes star copies iconic Jack Grealish Man City celebration
No-one seemed to party quite like Jack Grealish after the Man City treble win and he clearly caught the eye of England’s cricket stars ahead of the Ashes.
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Pep Guardiola’s side in 2022/23 - gallery">Manchester City star Jack Grealish complimented England cricket star Ben Stokes for his attempt at recreating one of the midfielder's iconic celebrations after winning the Champions League.
It appeared that no player partied harder than Grealish after Pep Guardiola's side completed a historic treble by beating Inter Milan in the Champions League on Saturday night.
The 27-year-old's antics went viral as snaps and videos seemed to show the star leading the party at every possible moment.
Grealish paraded behind interviews with a beer in hand and speaker blaring, went shirtless and he got fans going on a tram, donned a high vis jacket as he greeted the crowds of Manchester, sang the famous Bernado Silva though most microphones handed to him and pretended to be a turkey as Kalvin Phillips poured vodka down his throat.
Amongst all the partying one photographer captured an iconic photo of the midfielder standing at the front of the Manchester City parade bus topless, arms outstretched and shorts just about clinging on to his Calvin Kleins.
City fans have already shared their love for the photo and it seems to have made its way into the England cricket camp as Brendon McCullum's side prepares for the Ashes test against Australia that begins this weekend at Edgbaston.
England cricket captain Ben Stokes was pictured with arms aloft during a training session, which he shared online admitting that the celebration was 'inspired' by Jack Grealish.
Grealish spotted the story and replied: "Love to see it."
The England cricket team are known to spend their free time during Test matches chatting about football in the dressing room although, despite his love for Grealish, Stokes is known to be a Tottenham Hotspur fan.
Cricket and football fans united online to label the interaction 'brilliant' from the 'main fellas'. One added: "Cool Britannia. this is British culture at its very, very best."