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Jack Grealish is doing Jack Grealish things while celebrating Manchester City's historic treble win.

The sleep-deprived winger says he has had 'the best day and night' as teammates celebrated their treble-winning season following the capture of the Champions League on Saturday.

Despite the horrific rainstorms in Manchester yesterday (12 June), it did not stop City's trophy parade in the city centre.

The players had arrived for their parade via Metrolink tram from the Etihad Stadium but the weather delayed proceedings somewhat.

City staff and players celebrating with fans during yesterday's trophy parade.

Supporters had expected to be let into the fan zone in front of the stage at 5.00pm but due to the threat of lightning storms, that was pushed back by 90 minutes.

Rain started falling shortly after 6.00pm and, as a result, the start of the proceedings was delayed by 40 minutes but it did not deter the fans who came out in their droves to cheer on City’s squad and manager Guardiola, all wearing matching ‘Treble winners’ T-shirts.

Halfway around those now-drenched T-shirts started to be dispensed with as City’s 52-goal striker Haaland threw his into the crowd and, with the rest of the squad, arrived on stage 45 minutes later than expected still topless.

Jack Grealish is doing Jack Grealish things.

As a viral vid shows, Haaland pours an empty bottle of champagne over the £100 million signing, with Grealish later telling a large crowd assembled in St Peter’s Square: “For the past 24 hours I’ve had the best day and night.

“To be fair I don’t think I’ve had any sleep.”

He also told them he's 'a turkey, and the turkey needs feeding'.

“We had to be the best parade with this rain, otherwise it is not Manchester,” Guardiola said to the delight of the waiting crowd.

“We don’t want sunshine, we want rain, so it was perfect. They (fans) are used to the rain.”

Jack Grealish chilling with the CL trophy.

City captain Ilkay Gundogan brought the trophies out onto the stage.

“Thank you very much for all of the support during the whole season,” the midfielder told the crowd.

“It has been incredible and we got three trophies.”

Midfielder Phil Foden waved the Champions League trophy, while Guardiola smoked a cigar as he took in the scenes.

The players and City staff continued to lead the celebrations on the stage alongside their hard-earned silverware.

On Saturday, the Manchester club won their first-ever Champions League after beating Inter Milan 1-0 with a goal by their defensive midfielder Rodri.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@DxBruyne17/Instagram/@jackgrealish

Topics: Manchester City, Sport