Yaya Toure calls Sane a ‘b******’ live on Sky Sports after Man City star soaks pundit in champagne during title celebrations


YAYA TOURE called Leroy Sane a “b******” live on Sky Sports after the Manchester City star poured champagne over him in title celebrations.

Former team-mates mobbed the Ivorian – who was rumoured to have retired from football – and dragged him away from the studio while he was doing punditry job.

Yaya Toure talks to Leroy Sane after the Man City star soaked him in champagne
Sky Sports

City secured their back-to-back title with a 4-1 victory over Brighton on Sunday.

And once the dust had settled and the gruelling title race with Liverpool was over, Guardiola’s men could finally pop the cork on the champagne and celebrate their Prem triumph.

Having spotted Toure, 35, doing punditry at the Amex, cheeky Sane, 23, sprayed the Ivorian with some of the champers.

And the former City star – his suite completely soaked in booze – hilariously uttered “ah you b******” while his mic was still on.

Former team-mates also dragged him away from the studio, ripped out his earpiece and then started jumping around him and tapping his head in wild celebrations.

The City legend’s agent had hinted earlier last week that the midfielder would retire from football.

However, Toure himself told Sky Sports yesterday he will “continue on playing”.


Guardiola’s men couldn’t contain their joy after they finally lifted the hard-fought Prem trophy.

City superfan Noel Gallagher joined them in the Amex dressing room and belted out Wonderwall arm-in-arm with John Stones.

And relieved Guardiola claimed this year’s title race was the toughest of his managerial career.

He said: “I’ve won in Spain and Germany but that is the toughest one with the rival we’ve had to face all season.

“We’re so, so tired – but winning is also so addictive.

“And on Saturday we have the FA Cup final and we’re ready to compete.
“No team in England has done the Treble before.

“We have the chance. We have to be focused against Watford.”

Man City celebrated their back-to-back title after a 4-1 victory over Brighton


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