Kevin De Bruyne And David Silva Involved In Heated Argument At Half-Time
De Bruyne provided another sublime assist for Gabriel Jesus on Tuesday night, but a moment of madness, shortly after the half-time whistle blew, might just overshadow a trademark assist against Serie A side Napoli.
Clearly annoyed by the fact that David Silva stopped him from talking to the officials, De Bruyne let his teammate know exactly how he felt about his duties, squaring up to the Spanish international while shouting "let me talk". You can clearly see De Bruyne was frustrated with a certain decision during the first-half, but his own decision to take it out on both David Silva and Fernandinho has caused a huge reaction on social media and beyond.
In the 37th minute, Kyle Walker, who was outnumbered at the far post, pulled Napoli defender Raul Albiol down in the box, giving away a penalty in the process. But surely this wasn't the reason behind De Bruyne's outburst?
Away from his antics with Silva, the Belgian produced yet another aesthetically pleasing assist against Italian giants Napoli, cementing himself as one of the best midfielders in European football.
De Bruyne gave in form Gabriel Jesus his 15th goal in 22 appearances for Manchester City this evening, but the 26-year-old's perfectly weighted pass to the Brazilian has been the biggest talking point during an entertaining first-half clash against the Italians.
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