- Bernardo Silva has told Liverpool fans to stop mocking Manchester City because of their defeat against Lyon
- The Portuguese stated that Liverpool supporters should concentrate on doing other things rather than mocking
- Silva also tendered apology to Manchester City fans for their disappointing show last season
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Manchester City star Bernardo Silva has hit out at Liverpool fans who mocked the Citizens on social media after their defeat against French side Lyon in the Champions League.
The Premier League side were sent out of the Champions League in the quarterfinal by Lyon who beat the Citizens 3-1 thanks to Dembele's brace at the death.
City boss Pep Guardiola however failed to excel again in the Champions League for the third season having been bundled out in the knockout stages last year.
And after the defeat against Lyon, some Liverpool fans took to social media to mock Manchester City for their inability to reach the semifinal of the Champions League.
Bernardo Silva has however branded the situation as 'pathetic' claiming that Liverpool fans should channel their energy towards doing something profitable.
The 26-year-old Portugal international explained that Liverpool fans should focus on them celebrating their Premier League title triumph and not disturbing City players on social media.
"Go celebrate your titles, or try to find a partner, drink a beer with a friend, read a book, so many options,'' Silva explained on his official Twitter page.
The former Monaco star also tendered an apology to Manchester City fans for their disappointing performances at the just concluded season as they failed to win any title.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Pep Guardiola was blasted by the club's fans for the Citizens' defeat in the Champions League quarterfinal against French side Lyon.
The Premier League side crashed out in the Champions League after losing 1-3 against Lyon in which Manchester City players wasted many scoring chances.
Winger Raheem Sterling should have scored at least two goals for Manchester City in the first half considering the chances he had, but the Englishman wasted all the opportunities.
Moussa Dembele came on from the bench to score two late goals that condemned Manchester City to a defeat as Lyon will now be preparing for their semifinal game against Bayern Munich.
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