THIERRY HENRY had to give Jack Grealish a quick telling off – but only after the Manchester City star dropped an accidental F-bomb.
Grealish helped City into the Champions League final after they hammered Real Madrid 4-0 at the Etihad.
The jubilant England international was left lost for words when speaking to CBS Sports and accidentally let out an F-bomb.
Grealish, 27, said: “I’m a bit speechless at the moment, I don’t really know what to say. I’m f****g… sorry.”
Pundits Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards were quick to laugh at the gaffe but Henry was more interested in getting his space back.
He told Grealish: “You took my spot, man. You have to win the final to stand here! Well done, really well done.”
A first-half double from Bernardo Silva and goals from Manuel Akanji and Julian Alvarez saw City emerge winners over two legs.
They play Chelsea on Sunday where victory secures them the Premier League title.
An FA Cup final on June 3 against United follows as City look to do the treble.
And their season concludes on June 10 in the Champions League showpiece against Inter Milan.
Inter saw past arch rivals AC Milan in their semi-final to set up a final against Pep Guardiola’s City in Turkey.
Man of The Match Silva told BT Sport: “I watched their games, they look very strong and organised defensively.
“It will be tough but we will try it. The Premier League is another trophy we want to win with our fans again so will look to recover before then.”