England fans have a new chant for Jack Grealish, it debuted at Old Trafford vs North Macedonia


England fans have a new chant for Jack Grealish, it debuted at Old Trafford vs North Macedonia

An explicit chant about Jack Grealish being "on the p***" could be heard from the Stretford End on Monday night as England romped to a 7-0 win against North Macedonia.

Goals from Bukayo Saka [3], Harry Kane [2], Marcus Rashford and Kalvin Phillips extended their perfect record in Euro 2024 qualifying, while Blagoja Milevski's side suffered the heaviest defeat in their history.

The result at Old Trafford came just days after Manchester City players John Stones, Phil Foden, Kalvin Phillips, Kyle Walker and Jack Grealish returned to England duty from their treble-winning celebrations.

Walker and Stones both started the game, while Foden, Phillips and Grealish came on as second-half substitutes.

Grealish, meanwhile, was serenaded by chants of: "He's still on the p***, he's still on the p***, Jack Grealish, he's still on the p***" before replacing Marcus Rashford in the 58th minute.

As you can see in the footage below, the 27-year-old former Aston Villa forward was warming up on the touchline when the chant rang around Old Trafford.

Watch video below..

It was a song that soon became a talking point on social media.

One fan commented: "England supporters give Jack Grealish a monumental cheer at Old Trafford, now singing: 'Jack Grealish, he's still on the p*** (getting drunk)."

A second wrote: "That Jack Grealish chant killed me," while another simply said: "Quality."

A fourth added: "If ever we needed evidence that Jack Grealish is English football's latest national treasure, then it has come at Old Trafford where a Manchester City player is being serenaded by the Stretford End."

Grealish also praised Bukayo Saka after the full-time whistle, saying: "Perfect way to finish a perfect season.@BukayoSaka87 take a bow my brother world class."

Saka, meanwhile, hailed two England players in his post-match interview.

"This is a feeling I can’t really put it into words," Saka told Channel 4. "There’s nothing I can say to describe it. I’m just so happy.

‘"Tonight was a really special display that we put out. Of course, with me and [Marcus Rashford] running down the wings, we were really direct, we were really sharp and they couldn’t really handle us. I enjoyed playing out there today.

"[Trent Alexander-Arnold] is a top, top player, everyone knows that, but at half-time he said to me he was going to do that pass [for his second goal].

"When I scored, I was looking for him to thank him because he did it perfectly! I didn’t have to break my stride. Credit to him.

"It’s been a really long season. I couldn’t have ended it in a better way. Time to relax and have a break. We’re really happy with the way the fans turned out and supported us."

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