Football fans baffled as National Anthem singer turns up in ‘1/4 of a gimp suit’
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On FA Cup final day, football fans were slightly baffled as the National Anthem singer turned up in what some thought was ‘1/4 of a gimp suit’.
On the pitch, İlkay Gündoğan’s impressive double fired treble-chasing City to a derby day win against their rivals.
United got one back though a Bruno Fernandes penalty, but the 'noisy neighbours' had a little too much for the red side of Manchester.
The 2-1 victory gives Pep Guardiola’s men the chance to emulate United’s 1999 treble heroics next weekend.
However, prior to kick off, the talk on Twitter was of the English-Iranian soprano singer, who fans thought was dressed in a 'BDSM costume'.
"Why is the national anthem singer wearing a BDSM costume?" one person commented.
"Nice fetish wear on the National anthem singer," added another.
As a third person also tweeted: "That national anthem singer is dressed like the tin man isn’t she."
"Why has the national anthem singer got 1/4 of a gimp suit on her arms?" someone else questioned.
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Well, back to football matters, match-winner Gündoğan said his future has not been decided yet after City’s FA Cup win.
The midfielder has been linked with Arsenal, having helped City win the Premier League this term – and now the FA Cup.
“I don’t need these kind of days to feel appreciated or special in this club,” he told the BBC.
“I am here (for) seven years, with all the up and downs. Nothing is decided yet. We are going to see what’s going to happen. To win a final is always special, every single trophy is special. This group deserves it. We played really well and we deserved to lift another trophy.
“Obviously we knew how we wanted to play the kick off, we aimed for it, to go long for Erling and get the second ball. For the first time this season we’ve scored, the ball was placed amazingly for me.
“It was a good strike, it went in and it was amazing.”
Jack Grealish, who gave away the penalty in the first half, added: "It’s stuff you dream of when you’re a little kid. To play in a final, I lost one when I was at Aston Villa, I was desperate to win one.
“I gave away the penalty, I don’t know how it was a penalty. I missed the ball with my head, I’m not even looking at the ball, anyway, Gundo saved me."