Grealish scores hours after Richard Keys says ‘City should’ve signed me instead’

Richard Keys has been left red-faced after Man City's £100m man poked the ball home inside the first minute his side's match with Wolves this afternoon.

The former Sky Sports presenter took to Twitter to hammer Jack Grealish following Pep Guardiola's comments after the former Villa man's poor start to the campaign.

The City boss said that the midfielder-turned-winger wasn't signed for his goals and assists, with Keys coming out punching as he shared his opinion.

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Keys wrote: "I’ve never read anything so daft. I know Guardiola has to defend him because he wasted the money – but if he didn’t sign Grealish for goals or assists then why did he buy him? He might as well have signed me."

Grealish must have read the scathing tweet before he took to the pitch, with the 27-year-old proving why his Spanish manager continues to play him over the 65-year-old sports presenter.

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The Birmingham-born attacker has had a slow start to the season, with his goal against the Midlands side this afternoon his first of the season as newly-signed City star Erling Haaland was the first player in Premier League history to score in each of his first four away games.

Despite his goal, Grealish hasn't had an entirely pain-free afternoon though, as he was karate kicked by Wolves' Nathan Collins, before the Wolves defender was given his marching orders.


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