Bernardo Silva briefly turned into Jose Mourinho this evening, after he was asked about a potential handball during Man City’s 3-1 loss to Liverpool at Anfield.
In the first half, City were denied a penalty after the ball clearly struck the arm of Alexander-Arnold, however on second viewing, it was clear the ball hit Silva’s hand before it hit the arm of the England international.
Bernardo giving us a José 2.0, absolutely quality this pic.twitter.com/cRm9e52mLU
— N (@asensiones) November 10, 2019
Following this, Silva was questioned about the incident by Sky Sports after the game, with the winger issuing the brilliant response of “If I speak, I’ll be in trouble”.
The phrase was made famous by Mourinho after his Chelsea side lost 1-0 to Aston Villa a few years back, with Silva bringing it back to light following his side’s loss at Anfield today.
Pictures via Sky Sports