Bernardo Silva still has Christmas tree up 6 months later and refuses to take it down after Man City title win

MANCHESTER CITY ace Bernardo Silva refuses to take down his Christmas tree after his side lifted the Premier League title.

The Portugese playmaker revealed on Instagram his tree is still up six months on from Christmas and hinted it brought good luck in the razor thin Prem title race.

Bad luck?? ? It’s staying up!!! ????

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Silva captioned the post: “Bad luck?? It’s staying up!!!”

City went an amazing 14 games unbeaten to pip Liverpool to the title by just one point.

Etihad captain Vicent Kompany scored a stunning 30-yard piledriver against Leicester with two games remaining setting up a final day 4-1 drubbing at Brighton to secure the title.

Silva’s Christmas tree brought more good luck on Saturday as the Sky Blues lifted a first FA Cup in nine years by smashing Watford 6-0.

Goals from David Silva, Kevin de Bruyne,  Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling saw Pep Guardiola’s men secure a historic domestic treble.

Silva made 51 appearances this season netting and assisting on 13 occasions.

Despite a treble winning campaign, Silva’s lucky Christmas tree charm was not powerful enough to see them reach the Champions League final.

City were knocked out by Tottenham winning 4-3 in the second leg but losing out on away goals.

Guardiola’s men were agonisingly disallowed a last minute Sterling winner as Sergio Aguero was adjudged to have been offside in the build up.

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