Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva and Fernandinho were involved in a heated discussion on the stroke of half-time during Manchester City’s Champions League clash against Napoli, despite Pep Guardiola’s side leading 2-0 at the break.
The Belgium international raged at the fourth official once the half-time whistle had gone, while Fernandinho also raised questions to the referee’s assistant.
But when the Brazilian midfielder and Spain international Silva tried to move De Bruyne along, the 26-year-old began to aim his fury at his team-mates.
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He screamed at them: ‘Let me talk! Let me talk! Let me talk!’
It remains to be seen exactly what incensed the Belgian so much, although City were given a penalty against them towards the end of the first half.
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Goals from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus had put the Citizens in front, before Ederson’s penalty save kept their clean sheet intact.
De Bruyne himself was unfortunate not to get among the goals – after providing an assist for Sterling – hitting the bar from distance in what was an excellent first-half display.